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COVID-19 research at IOE

At IOE our experts are taking a prominent role in researching the impacts of COVID-19 across education, technology and social sciences.

Resources available to support homeschooling

IOE has compiled resources to help parents, carers and families support children’s learning from home, including pupils with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). View the homeschooling resources.

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IOE News on COVID-19

Our research findings are shared with thousands of practitioners and policy-makers across the world.

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IOE Blogs on COVID-19

Read our world-leading academics' take on current events and responses to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Research related to COVID-19

Our academics are conducting crucial research on how coronavirus is impacting people's lives and how societies are adapting to the changing circumstances.

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IOE on COVID-19 in the media

Read the latest expert comment and analysis from IOE researchers in the national and international media.

What if... our education system changed for good in light of COVID-19?

Our event series, IOE Public Debates, takes a closer look at some pressing questions for the future of our education system in light of the COVID-19 outbreak.

Replay the debate

Part 1: Schools 

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As we seek a way out of the pandemic, how will our schools system need to change and how, ideally, should it change for the future?

Part 2: Further education 

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What impact do our colleges envisage the pandemic and its aftermath will have on their vocational training offer?

Part 3: Higher education 

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How will the university sector need to change and how can it ensure lasting positive consequences?

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