At the Network for Social and Educational Equity (NSEE), we build research and development collaborations with schools, their partners and others to close the poverty-related achievement gap.
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NSEE’s purpose is to close the poverty related attainment gap by improving student outcomes in literacy, numeracy and health & wellbeing.
We use research evidence, data approaches and collaborative working to improve classroom practices, build leadership capacity and support organisational development.
NSEE builds on approaches with a track record of improving outcomes for disadvantages students. The NSEE approach prioritises four key areas of work:
- Enhancing the quality of learning and teaching, leadership and working with families & communities
- Building leadership capacity to manage change and improvement at all levels
- Building expertise for the effective use of the Pupil Equity Fund and understanding about what works and why in closing the attainment gap
- Providing opportunities for sharing expertise and developing new practices both locally and nationally.
Learn more about why NSEE is a ‘collaborative intervention’ rather than a quick fix.