Findings from a literature review that explored international evidence on the quality of early childhood education and care.
This paper explores why the performance of disadvantaged pupils in London improved so much in recent years.
This report is the first updated version of the original (2012) 3-18 Sciences Impact report, which evaluated current practice in the sciences.
This research considers how to improve the system of CPD for teachers and teaching assistants to assist them in their efforts to break the link between educational attainment and poverty.
A research paper which explores the characteristics of 15 year-old girls who expressed their intention to study physics post-16.
A short research summary from Ontario, which explores what poverty looks like and which discusses a range of strategies to address the inequities often associated with poverty and schooling.
Research to help service providers to improve services and, ultimately, reduce educational disadvantage and improve outcomes for children, young people and their families.
A report drawing on findings from the Growing Up in Scotland study, a longitudinal study which is tracking the lives of Scottish children from the early years, through childhood and beyond.
An evaluation of the Extra Mile initiative in England which focused on how schools could close the attainment gap between disadvantaged pupils and their peers.
A report which provides analysis of the London Challenge and presents case studies of 9 emerging area-based initiatives which have been influenced by the London Challenge.