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Kevan Collins featured on Government Innovator podcast

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Kevan Collins featured on Government Innovator podcast

Last week, our chief executive, Kevan Collins, was featured on the Government Innovator podcast. The podcast aims to share useful practices and insights from across the public sector. Kevan spoke to Andy Feldman about the work of the Education Endowment Foundation and the appetite within the English education system for an evidence based approach.

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5 summer reading suggestions from the EEF

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5 summer reading suggestions from the EEF

The EEF has published a number of major reports this year. They may not be airport thrillers, but we hope they'll be of interest as you re-charge your batteries ready for the new academic year...

Stephen Tall

Stephen Tall

Poorer young people more likely to have career aspirations that don’t match their educational goals

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Poorer young people more likely to have career aspirations that don’t match their educational goals

Teenagers who underestimate the education needed to get their chosen job are more likely to end up not in education, employment or training and young people from disadvantaged backgrounds are disproportionately more likely to have career aspirations that don’t match their educational goals, according to a new review of international evidence published today by the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) and supported by Bank of America Merrill Lynch. However, good-quality careers education can make a real difference to academic, social and economic outcomes.

Hilary Cornwell

Hilary Cornwell

Striking a balance

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Striking a balance

Danielle Mason and Jonathan Kay introduce EEF commentaries and explain how they can help schools make best use our evaluation reports. 

EEF

EEF

More than a third of Suffolk’s schools to benefit from new funding partnership

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More than a third of Suffolk’s schools to benefit from new funding partnership

More than a third of Suffolk’s publicly funded schools have been awarded funding through a new £600,000 partnership between Suffolk County Council’s Raising the Bar programme and the nationally renowned Education Endowment Foundation (EEF). The partnership aims to boost the attainment of pupils by bringing the best education research to the county.

Hilary Cornwell

Hilary Cornwell

Exploring the black box

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Exploring the black box

Anneka Dawson, Evaluation Analyst at the EEF, on the importance of developing successful implementation and process evaluation.

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EEF

Fidelity vs. flexibility

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Fidelity vs. flexibility

James Richardson looks at what today's evaluation reports tell us about how best to implement research in the classroom. 

James Richardson

James Richardson

On your marks

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On your marks

Sir Kevan Collins on how evidence-informed marking policies could lead to a better work-life balance for teachers.

Sir Kevan Collins

Sir Kevan Collins

Stop, collaborate and listen!

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Stop, collaborate and listen!

For teachers, context is king. How can we understand the challenges of any one school until we have actually taught there? It might be true that nothing can substitute for hours in the classroom, and I’d agree that each school is unique, but it’s all too easy to forget that there are more similarities between schools than there are differences.