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Sexuality Education Across the European Union: An Overview February 23, 2021
This policy memo examines how sexuality education is delivered by schools across the EU Member States. Drawing on existing data sources, the memo highlights trends and differences and considers the need for further data mapping.
Independent Analysis of the Relationship Between Sparx Maths and Maths Outcomes: Key Findings and Technical Report February 16, 2021
This research project is an independent evaluation of Sparx Maths and EdTech programme, aiming to improve mathematics outcomes for secondary school pupils.
This research note summarises findings from twelve systematic reviews and meta-analyses on interventions aimed at preventing the development of anxiety and depression in children.
Discrete choice experiments: A unique approach to understanding teacher retention in England February 9, 2021
RAND Europe was commissioned by the UK Office of Manpower Economics (OME) to measure the impact of pay, rewards and other working conditions on the retention of teachers, using a quantitative survey containing two discrete choice experiments.