Month: March 2021

Researchers launch manifesto for change in Scottish education

Educational researchers at the University of Glasgow have called on politicians to enable schools to work together more effectively to break the link between disadvantage and educational attainment. The Robert Owen Centre for Educational Change at the university has worked with partners across the Scottish education system over the last eight years. This work has …

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Trust in teachers to break the links between education and disadvantage

As countries seek to strengthen their national educational systems the great challenge is to ensure that all children are included and treated fairly, and yet a new book due out this summer argues that the established link between education and disadvantage has yet to be broken. ‘Educational Equity: Pathways to Success’, edited by Professors Christopher …

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Teachers’ experiences in lockdown

The Network for Social and Educational Equity (NSEE) recently worked with educational practitioners to find out more about their experiences of working through the second school buildings lockdown (since January 2021). The NSEE expert practitioners’ panel (EPP) involves head teachers, principal teachers and classroom teachers from four local authorities in Scotland. A key element of …

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