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What works to reduce equality gaps in employment and employability?

The Centre for Education and Youth are delighted to publish ‘What works to reduce equality gaps in employment and employability‘ in partnership with the Education Policy Institute and TASO. Our research, running from December 2021 to March 2022, set out with three aims: Understand the labour market outcomes for graduates from disadvantaged backgrounds (e.g. students…

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Aesop had it right: reflections from my time at CfEY

This year I got a civil partnership and became a parent for the first time (mandatory baby pic, below). To complete a trinity of life events, I’ve got a new job as an Associate Director at the research consultancy SQW where, alongside continuing my work in education, I will contribute to work in health, social…

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Levelling Up Tutoring – How can tutoring best contribute to closing England’s attainment gap in schools by 2030?

The Centre for Education and Youth are excited to announce the launch of our hotly anticipated report, ‘Levelling Up Tutoring – How can tutoring best contribute to closing England’s attainment gap in schools by 2030?‘ The report focuses on the government’s flagship covid recovery policy – The National Tutoring Programme (NTP). Collecting evidence on schools’,…

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What works to tackle mental health inequalities in higher education?

As part of Mental Health Awareness Week, The Centre for Education and Youth (CfEY) launched a new report on ‘What works to tackle mental health inequalities in higher education’, with the Centre for Transforming Access and Student Outcomes (TASO). For this work, we conducted a large-scale evidence review alongside a mixed-methods sector consultation, discussing themes…

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