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Collaborative research and perceptions of disability

Last week, Disability Rights UK launched Special or Unique– a report that explores young people’s attitudes towards disability and young disabled people’s experiences of school. We are proud to have supported Disability Rights UK in developing a participatory research approach for this project, as well as designing research tools and supporting with analysis. In this …

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Education in England 2019: EPI and the FEA report…

Today, the Education Policy Institute and Fair Education Alliance publish their “Annual State of the Nation Report” for 2019. Whilst we should be cautious about using year-on-year data to draw conclusions about our education system, the report highlights three important trends that our previous research has explained and responded to. This blog takes EPI and …

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Preventing Youth Homelessness through Family Support: A Place to Call Home

Today we publish the findings of a pilot programme to tackle youth homelessness through early intervention. The pilot builds on the findings of our 2017 report “A Place to Call Home” which identified the key causes of youth homelessness and examined the impact that experiencing homelessness had on young people’s educational experiences. Our 2017 report …

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