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Department for Education (DfE)
A record of the implementation of the post-16 education and training sector area reviews.
This report provides a quantitative assessment of the impact of college mergers on improving college performance.
Research into the further education area reviews that took place between 2015 and 2017.
Research investigating teaching assistants' perceptions of teaching as a career.
Findings from an online survey of school business professionals in schools and trusts.
Research on how local-authority-maintained nursery schools compare to other early years providers.
Research into the costs and funding of early education and childcare.
Findings from a 5 year study of local authority child and family social workers in England.
Findings from the asbestos management assurance process (AMAP), which asked schools and responsible bodies about their asbestos management practices.
An independent report and recommendations from the Commissioner for Children’s Services in Blackpool.
Recommendations from the School Teachers’ Review Body on teachers’ pay
Research from the 3-year evaluation of regional adoption agencies.
Report evaluating the long-term effect of the adoption support fund's funding of adoptive families’ access to therapy.
A review of the LMI for All service that brings reliable labour market information together in one place.
A review of the practices and processes used by 5 countries with high-performing school systems.
Brief outlines of projects commissioned through the DfE analytical associate pool.
Interim findings from the evaluation of the cost and outreach pilots.
A summary of responses to questions asked in the winter 2018 school snapshot survey.
Research into teachers' views on the use of the primary physical education (PE) and sport premium, and its impact in primary schools.
A report on the factors that influence children and young people's (CYP) wellbeing from the perspective of CYP practitioners.
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