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Moss, G.; Bradbury, A.; Braun, A.; Duncan, S.; Levy, R. – Institute of Education - London, 2021
The COVID pandemic has led to a prolonged period of educational disruption with few precedents from the recent past to guide recovery. The Institute of Education's project, "Learning Through Disruption," set out to explore the knowledge schools have acquired from working with children and families during the crisis. The authors found…
Descriptors: School Districts, COVID-19, Pandemics, Teaching Methods
Moss, Gemma; Bradbury, Alice; Braun, Annette; Duncan, Sam; Levy, Rachael – Institute of Education - London, 2021
The "Learning through Disruption" research project ran between May-August 2021, with funding from the Economic and Social Research Council. The project was based at UCL Institute of Education (IOE) and data collection began in May 2021, shortly after primary schools in England had emerged from the spring 2021 national lockdown, and were…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, COVID-19, Pandemics, School Closing
Bradbury, A.; Braun, A.; Duncan, S.; Levy, R.; Moss, G. – Institute of Education - London, 2021
The pandemic has shown how important schools are as networks of support for children and families. Our project, "Learning Through Disruption," also shows that schools have a particularly vital role in addressing the needs of high poverty communities, both directly and indirectly. Yet this work goes largely unrecognised and underfunded.…
Descriptors: Poverty, Community Needs, Elementary School Students, COVID-19
Duncan, S.; Levy, R.; Bradbury, A.; Braun, A.; Moss, G. – Institute of Education - London, 2021
During the COVID pandemic, schools have found new ways of working with children and, crucially, their families. This has far-reaching implications for how schools and policy-makers consider homeschool communication as a means of developing parental and community engagement in the future. The Institute of Education's project, "Learning Through…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, School Closing, Educational Change
Moss, G.; Bradbury, A.; Braun, A.; Duncan, S.; Levy, R. – Institute of Education - London, 2021
COVID has highlighted significant weaknesses in how the education system in England is currently managed and resourced. England needs to build a more resilient education system post-pandemic. The Institute of Education's project, "Learning Through Disruption," set out to explore what headteachers, teachers, other school staff and parents…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, School Closing, Educational Change
Cameron, Claire; Hauari, Hanan; Hollingworth, Katie; O'Brien, Margaret; Whitaker, Lydia – Institute of Education - London, 2021
"Families in Tower Hamlets" is an ongoing research project led by University College London that explores the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the lives of families with young children and pregnant women. This report is of initial findings from the 'first 500' respondents, who completed the survey between July and November 2020. The…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Pregnancy, Racial Differences
Xu, Yuwei; Gao, Jie – Institute of Education - London, 2021
This report presents findings from a systematic review of international reviews and meta-analyses, as well as Chinese empirical studies, on parent-child reading. Existing systematic reviews and meta-analyses published in English largely concern Western contexts -- especially the US and the UK -- yet few studies have reviewed articles in global…
Descriptors: Literature Reviews, Parent Child Relationship, Young Children, Reading Aloud to Others
Heslop, Jo; Tamez, Lucia Quintero; Parkes, Jenny – Institute of Education - London, 2021
While violence against children (VAC) has been a long-established global concern, more recently attention has been drawn to how violence occurs in and around schools (VACS) and the role of education in preventing and responding to violence. Whilst awareness about VACS is growing, more robust data are needed to inform policy and practice. Concerns…
Descriptors: Violence, Children, School Violence, Bullying
Taylor, B.; Mills, M.; Elwick, A.; Pillinger, C.; Gronland, G.; Hayward, J.; Hextall, I.; Panjwani, F. – Institute of Education - London, 2021
The events of September 11th occurred twenty years ago this year. The destruction of the Twin Towers in New York and the attack on the Pentagon represented a key moment in history. While the world had experienced multiple terrorist acts previously, this event exposed the vulnerability of civilian populations in major Western countries to attacks…
Descriptors: Controversial Issues (Course Content), Terrorism, Violence, Teaching Methods
Institute of Education - London, 2021
This briefing reports on the findings of qualitative research, funded by the British Educational Research Association (BERA) conducted in late 2020 with 17 parents of autistic children and young people (CYP) attending mainstream schools in England, as well as six autistic CYP themselves. The aim of the research was to generate insight into these…
Descriptors: Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Students with Disabilities, COVID-19
Gao, Jie; Li, Minyi; Xu, Yuwei; Qin, Siyu; Guo, Weicheng; Tian, Zitong; Lok, Jesmine; Zeng, Xinyi – Institute of Education - London, 2021
This interim report presents the ongoing progress of a collaborative project between the Centre for Teacher and Early Years Education (CTEY), UCL Institute of Education and the Faculty of Education, Beijing Normal University (BNU), which aims to (re)construct school readiness from Chinese children's perspectives. In this report, we first set out…
Descriptors: School Readiness, Partnerships in Education, Pilot Projects, Childrens Attitudes
Carroll, Catherine; Brackenbury, Gill; Herbert, Elisabeth; Lee, Frances; Roberts, Amelia; Cameron, Claire; Freitag, Sara; Crombie, Kerry; Farley, Claire; Parrott, Suzanne; Pike, Jo; Prodohl, Fiona; Connolley, Kelley; MacCarthy, Barbara; Buchanan, Anne-Marie; Brian, Rachael; Lawford, Sarah; Walkey, Amy; Barnes, Kieran; Lane, Sarah; Bettencourt, Michael; Black, Emma; Bland, Michelle; Borrell, Vicky; Middleton, Serena; de Bossart, Jennie; Stanbridge, Peter – Institute of Education - London, 2018
As of March 2017, there were 72,670 children and young people in care in England. The number of looked after children has continued to increase steadily over the last eight years. Sixty per cent of these children are in care because of abuse or neglect and three-quarters are placed in foster care arrangements. Children and young people who are in…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Foster Care, Low Achievement, Student Needs
Carroll, Catherine; Herbert, Elisabeth; Lee, Frances; Dean, Simon; Coles, Martine; James, Gillian; Holder, Nicola – Institute of Education - London, 2018
As of March 2017, there were 5,955 children and young people in care in Wales. Across the Central South Consortium (Bridgend, Cardiff, Merthyr Tydfil, Rhondda Cynonn Taf and Vale of Glamorgan) there were 2,170 children and young people looked after. The majority of these children are in care as a result of birth families being unable to provide a…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Foster Care, Low Achievement, Student Needs
Law, James; Charlton, Jenna; Dockrell, Julie; Gascoigne, Marie; McKean, Cristina; Theakston, Anna – Institute of Education - London, 2017
This review has been commissioned by the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) and Public Health England to identify priorities for improving practice in the support and management of children with delays in early language development between birth and five years (72 months). In addition, it has the specific objectives of highlighting interventions…
Descriptors: Language Acquisition, Disadvantaged Youth, Language Impairments, Intervention
Chanfreau, Jenny; Tanner, Emily; Callanan, Meg; Laing, Karen; Skipp, Amy; Todd, Liz – Institute of Education - London, 2016
The aims of this working paper were to investigate whether taking part in out of school activities during primary school is linked with end of primary school attainment and social, emotional and behavioural outcomes, for all children and specifically for children from economically disadvantaged backgrounds. The analysis is based on the Millennium…
Descriptors: After School Programs, Primary Education, Academic Achievement, Social Development
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