This project uses numerical and narrative data to examine the links between international student mobility and world development since the early 1960s.
This research project seeks to understand the breath and scope of the ways that schools support teachers to engage with and in research in the UK and Ireland.
The project involves establishing a collaborative relationship for research on school mathematics teaching with linguistically disadvantaged learners around the world.
A new longitudinal study into the experiences, needs and outcomes of young people and their families.
A mixed-methods study into the elements of effective practice for virtual schools for children in care in England
This study will analyse the role of cultural artefacts in the transformation of identities and sense of belonging of internally displaced young people in Ukraine.
The ORRSEMM Project uses a design approach, working with practising mathematics teachers to elicit their beliefs and practices about student engagement and develop a tool for detailed observations, re
Evaluating new policy to support children in need and care leavers
An innovative collaboration between LAs and universities to transform how information about and from children and families is gathered, interpreted and used in child and family social policy
The Fair-AIEd project is concerned with examining the impact of P3 (Public Private Partnership) initiatives on access and use of AI in education in two African contexts (Ghana and South Africa) as exa
This project investigates how primary school teachers in International Baccalaureate schools, in diverse global contexts, foster curiosity and creativity in students.
Education is the key to future life outcomes. Success in education at age 16 strongly predicts later occupational, economic, health and well-being outcomes and future social mobility.