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- Caroline Oliver on asylum seeker reception, integration and the role of local communities
- Bernardita Muñoz Chereau on how we can support children from refugee backgrounds who have found themselves in underperforming schools
- Mette Berg on listening to the experiences of those navigating the UK asylum seeker system
- Rachel Rosen and two young researchers who came to the UK as children and sought asylum on unpacking the complexities of immigration and welfare through participatory and creative research.
- Sinéad Harmey on the research to practice gap
- Alison Kitson on responding to the climate crisis through education
- Meghna Nag Chowdhuri on how science education benefits from a social justice approach
- Mary Richardson on improving and evolving educational assessment.
- Richard Freeman on the role of the PhD in the 21st century
- Georgia Pavlopoulou on participatory research through co-production and community engagement
- Aine McAllister on the experiences of refugees and access to higher education
- Ann Griffin and Adam Unwin on the impact of a Doctorate in Education.
- Claire Forrest on resources to support parents of nursery children in Tower Hamlets
- Laura Crane on how practices such as flexible seating in classrooms are helping autistic children and encourage inclusivity in mainstream schools
- George Ploubidis on how longitudinal studies have informed so much policy and practice in London
- Jake Anders and Asma Benhenda on the importance of collaborations with partners beyond academia.
- Lynn Ang and Jessica Massonie on taking action against stunting
- Jo Van Herwegen on uncovering neuromyths
- James Thomas and David Gough on evidence to tackle health issues including Covid-19
- John White on how the philosophy of education influences school curriculum.
- Alice Bradbury on how schools can recover post-pandemic
- Almudena Sevilla on what's happened to parenting and pay during the pandemic
- Alice Goisis and Jenny Chanfreau on what life is like for an only child
- Best of 2021 highlights
- Tristan McCowan on transforming universities for a changing climate
- Kaori Kitagawa on education's role in preparing for ecological disasters
- Charlotte Nussey on the intersection of international development, Sustainable Development Goals and the environment
- Nicola Walshe on practice for environment and sustainability education, climate change awareness and empowering young people
- Carey Jewitt on advancing interdisciplinary knowledge on digital touch
- Spela Godec on STEM equity projects across different departments and timezones
- Vivian Hill on working with mental health practitioners in schools
- Praveetha Patalay on the art of collaborative research.
- Chloë Marshall on language, linguistics and deafness
- Zsofia Demjen and Talia Isaacs on language and communication in cancer treatment and other healthcare settings
- Ruanni Tupas on discovering different audiences with different languages
- John Potter about digital communication and creativity.
- Lynne Rogers on the transition to higher and further education
- Francis Green on employment prospects, job quality, the intensification of work
- Antonina Tereshchenko on representation and retention of BAME (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic) teachers
- Alex Bryson on discrimination and the gender pay gap
- Arthur Chapman on knowledge and the curriculum
- Alex Standish on disciplines, subjects and the pursuit of truth
- Jennie Golding on the future of the curriculum
- Rebecca O'Connell on food poverty and free school meals
- Peter Blatchford on rethinking class sizes
- Moses Oketch on raising education outcomes in Africa
- Five remarkable research stories: 2020 highlights as selected by the production team
- Victoria Showunmi on intersectionality in Higher Education and educational leadership research
- Gemma Moss on teachers and the duty of care
- Julie Dockrell on overcoming oral language barriers to learning
- Elaine Unterhalter on gender equality in education.
- Lorraine Dearden on higher education funding and student finance
- Alice Pettigrew on research-informed practice for teaching of the Holocaust
- Jeremy Hodgen on attainment grouping and setting
- Amelia Roberts on inclusive education and knowledge exchange
- Kate Cowan on the challenges of researching play with children.
- Sam Sims on COVID-19 and school closures and teacher supply
- Keri Wong on the effects of COVID-19 on mental and physical health and social trust
- Dominic Wyse on parents taking up the role of teachers during lockdown
- Tejendra Pherali on education in conflict and crisis settings and moving forward post-pandemic.
- Allison Littlejohn on the future of online learning and how UCL is managing during the pandemic
- Katherine Twamley on how families are coping with the challenges under COVID-19
- Guy Roberts-Holmes on the Reception baseline assessment and school accountability
- Chris McManus on students and careers in medicine and how COVID-19 may have affected their aspirations.
- Alison Fuller on the IOE's role in education and social science research, her work on apprenticeships, post-compulsory education, and lifelong learning
- Alice Sullivan on the benefits of reading for pleasure, and the role longitudinal data plays to inform research findings
- Louise Archer on the concept of 'Science Capital', educational identities and inequalities, participation and career paths in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM)
- Rob Webster on the role of teaching assistants and special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).