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How attainment gaps emerge from Foundation Stage to Key Stage 4, part one – Education Datalab blog

For some pupils, a third of the GCSE-age gap already exists at age five Continued here: https://ift.tt/35sl75b Advertisements

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How attainment gaps emerge from Foundation Stage to Key Stage 4, part two – Education Datalab blog

There are quite substantial differences when value added is looked at by region Continued here: https://ift.tt/35Aaqxw

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Nobody knows how big the unregistered alternative provision sector is – Education Datalab blog

There are a few clues, though Continued here: https://ift.tt/2ok9sEO

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Is the London effect stronger for Pakistani students? – Education Datalab blog

Exploring how the London effect varies for different ethnic groups Continued here: https://ift.tt/35hENIO

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If London were a country, how would it do in PISA? – Education Datalab blog

Not as well as you’d expect, it turns out Continued here: https://ift.tt/2VnKujH

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In praise of uncertainty – David Didau: The Learning Spy

I want you to conjure up the spirit of one of your primitive ancestors. Picture yourself hunting for food on the savannah or in a primordial forest. Imagine, if you will, that you catch a glimpse of… Continued here https://ift.tt/359QgKx

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Is reading comprehension even a thing? – David Didau: The Learning Spy

Most of the schools I visit are unsurprisingly keen to explore ideas to narrow the gap between their most and least advantaged students. Whilst there are also sorts of complex chains of causation… Continued here https://ift.tt/2LRXIlX

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