|DSS 16/17 88||Primary assessment|
This report presents the findings of an enquiry by the House of Commons Education Committee into the design and implementation of the new key stage 2 tests.
|DSS 16/17 89||Improving literacy in key stage 2|
This guidance report published by the Education Endowment Foundation provides seven evidence-based recommendations for improving pupils literacy skills at key stage 2.
|DSS 16/17 90||Language trends 2015-16: The state of language learning in primary and secondary schools in England|
This annual report which was published by the Education Development Trust and the British Council gives a comprehensive overview of the languages landscape.
|DSS 16/17 91||Native speakers in A level modern languages|
This report from Ofqual examines the impact of native speakers of modern languages on the overall results.
|DSS 16/17 92||How well do schools prepare children for their future|
This report from the All Parliamentary Group for Education examines how well schools are preparing young people for their future careers in view of the skills which employers are seeking.
|DSS 16/17 93||Children and young people’s mental health – the role of education|
This joint report by the Education and Health Committees looks at how well schools are able to respond to the increase in mental health problems amongst young people.
|DSS 16/17 94||Whither teacher education and training?|
This report by Dr John Cater which was published by the Higher Education Policy Institute looks at the current state of teacher education in England and proposes a range of ideas for reform.
|DSS 16/17 95||Teacher retention and turnover research. Research update 1: teacher retention by subject|
This Research Update from the National Foundation for Educational Research (NfER) presents differences in teacher retention rates by subject and career stage
|DSS 16/17 96||Mobility manifesto 2017|
This report by the Sutton Trust outlines 10 practical steps which policymakers should take in order to improve social mobility and close the gap between the most and least advantaged.
|DSS 16/17 97||Youth manifesto report|
This report from the youth campaign group Undivided presents research findings about young people’s priorities with regard to Brexit.
|Points of Information No.185|
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