Tag Archive: research

Event summary video: Careers 2020 – a cloudy horizon

Young woman looking at computer

Back in September we launched the final Careers 2020 report, an independent research programme into careers support in English schools. This report compares how careers activity in English schools has actually changed on the ground over the last two years, and offers recommendations for improvement. The report is here and a video of the event…

Academies Commission report ‘Unleashing Greatness’

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Set up by the Pearson Think Tank and the RSA to examine the long term impact of academisation on educational outcomes, the Academy Commission’s report, Unleashing Greatness, argues that the Government must apply a more systematic approach towards implementing the next phase of the academies programme as well as a forensic focus on teaching quality…

First termly research digest from eedNET out

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The Pearson  Centre for Policy and Learning is proud to be working in partnership with the Expansive Education  Network. The Network, which is based at the University of Winchester, provides a national and international forum for the development and exchange of ideas and development in teaching and learning.  As such it’s involved in a range…

PCPL research showcased at conference in Warwick on 12 October 2011

warwick

The second annual Education and Employers research conference takes place  around the theme of ‘Exploring social mobility and delivery mechanisms in international perspective’, at the University of Warwick. A few places are still available. Keynote speakers include: Professor Robert Schwartz (Academic Dean and Professor of Practice of Educational Policy, HarvardGraduate School of Education), lead author, Pathways…

Careers 2020: Launch event

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Event Summary This event on Friday 9th September launched a new research project by the PCPL, providing an opportunity to take a step back and consider some of the big, long-term questions surrounding ‘careers services’. What will the pathways to personal success look like in the future? As people make progress in their lives through…

Launch of new research project on enterprise and entrepreneurship education

Enterprise-Education

With the world economy facing turbulent times and individual countries rethinking how they and their citizens can flourish in the global marketplace, many would argue that the importance of enterprise and entrepreneurship education has never been greater. But does this mean teaching people how to write a business plan or is it about gaining a…

Blue Skies: New thinking about the future of higher education

Blue Skies: New thinking about the future of higher education

Higher education in the UK, and beyond, is experiencing a period of unprecedented change. Together, global trends and national policies are generating a debate   that is increasingly focussed on the cost of higher education. Tuition fees, research grants and ROI are the issues of the day. It’s time to widen the debate. The Pearson Centre…

Tag Archive: research

Event summary video: Careers 2020 – a cloudy horizon

Young woman looking at computer

Back in September we launched the final Careers 2020 report, an independent research programme into careers support in English schools. This report compares how careers activity in English schools has actually changed on the ground over the last two years, and offers recommendations for improvement. The report is here and a video of the event…

Academies Commission report ‘Unleashing Greatness’

Academies Commission - large

Set up by the Pearson Think Tank and the RSA to examine the long term impact of academisation on educational outcomes, the Academy Commission’s report, Unleashing Greatness, argues that the Government must apply a more systematic approach towards implementing the next phase of the academies programme as well as a forensic focus on teaching quality…

First termly research digest from eedNET out

eednet

The Pearson  Centre for Policy and Learning is proud to be working in partnership with the Expansive Education  Network. The Network, which is based at the University of Winchester, provides a national and international forum for the development and exchange of ideas and development in teaching and learning.  As such it’s involved in a range…

PCPL research showcased at conference in Warwick on 12 October 2011

warwick

The second annual Education and Employers research conference takes place  around the theme of ‘Exploring social mobility and delivery mechanisms in international perspective’, at the University of Warwick. A few places are still available. Keynote speakers include: Professor Robert Schwartz (Academic Dean and Professor of Practice of Educational Policy, HarvardGraduate School of Education), lead author, Pathways…

Careers 2020: Launch event

DSC0114

Event Summary This event on Friday 9th September launched a new research project by the PCPL, providing an opportunity to take a step back and consider some of the big, long-term questions surrounding ‘careers services’. What will the pathways to personal success look like in the future? As people make progress in their lives through…

Launch of new research project on enterprise and entrepreneurship education

Enterprise-Education

With the world economy facing turbulent times and individual countries rethinking how they and their citizens can flourish in the global marketplace, many would argue that the importance of enterprise and entrepreneurship education has never been greater. But does this mean teaching people how to write a business plan or is it about gaining a…

Blue Skies: New thinking about the future of higher education

Blue Skies: New thinking about the future of higher education

Higher education in the UK, and beyond, is experiencing a period of unprecedented change. Together, global trends and national policies are generating a debate   that is increasingly focussed on the cost of higher education. Tuition fees, research grants and ROI are the issues of the day. It’s time to widen the debate. The Pearson Centre…

Tag Archive: research

Event summary video: Careers 2020 – a cloudy horizon

Young woman looking at computer

Back in September we launched the final Careers 2020 report, an independent research programme into careers support in English schools. This report compares how careers activity in English schools has actually changed on the ground over the last two years, and offers recommendations for improvement. The report is here and a video of the event…

Academies Commission report ‘Unleashing Greatness’

Academies Commission - large

Set up by the Pearson Think Tank and the RSA to examine the long term impact of academisation on educational outcomes, the Academy Commission’s report, Unleashing Greatness, argues that the Government must apply a more systematic approach towards implementing the next phase of the academies programme as well as a forensic focus on teaching quality…

First termly research digest from eedNET out

eednet

The Pearson  Centre for Policy and Learning is proud to be working in partnership with the Expansive Education  Network. The Network, which is based at the University of Winchester, provides a national and international forum for the development and exchange of ideas and development in teaching and learning.  As such it’s involved in a range…

PCPL research showcased at conference in Warwick on 12 October 2011

warwick

The second annual Education and Employers research conference takes place  around the theme of ‘Exploring social mobility and delivery mechanisms in international perspective’, at the University of Warwick. A few places are still available. Keynote speakers include: Professor Robert Schwartz (Academic Dean and Professor of Practice of Educational Policy, HarvardGraduate School of Education), lead author, Pathways…

Careers 2020: Launch event

DSC0114

Event Summary This event on Friday 9th September launched a new research project by the PCPL, providing an opportunity to take a step back and consider some of the big, long-term questions surrounding ‘careers services’. What will the pathways to personal success look like in the future? As people make progress in their lives through…

Launch of new research project on enterprise and entrepreneurship education

Enterprise-Education

With the world economy facing turbulent times and individual countries rethinking how they and their citizens can flourish in the global marketplace, many would argue that the importance of enterprise and entrepreneurship education has never been greater. But does this mean teaching people how to write a business plan or is it about gaining a…

Blue Skies: New thinking about the future of higher education

Blue Skies: New thinking about the future of higher education

Higher education in the UK, and beyond, is experiencing a period of unprecedented change. Together, global trends and national policies are generating a debate   that is increasingly focussed on the cost of higher education. Tuition fees, research grants and ROI are the issues of the day. It’s time to widen the debate. The Pearson Centre…

Tag Archive: research

Event summary video: Careers 2020 – a cloudy horizon

Young woman looking at computer

Back in September we launched the final Careers 2020 report, an independent research programme into careers support in English schools. This report compares how careers activity in English schools has actually changed on the ground over the last two years, and offers recommendations for improvement. The report is here and a video of the event…

Academies Commission report ‘Unleashing Greatness’

Academies Commission - large

Set up by the Pearson Think Tank and the RSA to examine the long term impact of academisation on educational outcomes, the Academy Commission’s report, Unleashing Greatness, argues that the Government must apply a more systematic approach towards implementing the next phase of the academies programme as well as a forensic focus on teaching quality…

First termly research digest from eedNET out

eednet

The Pearson  Centre for Policy and Learning is proud to be working in partnership with the Expansive Education  Network. The Network, which is based at the University of Winchester, provides a national and international forum for the development and exchange of ideas and development in teaching and learning.  As such it’s involved in a range…

PCPL research showcased at conference in Warwick on 12 October 2011

warwick

The second annual Education and Employers research conference takes place  around the theme of ‘Exploring social mobility and delivery mechanisms in international perspective’, at the University of Warwick. A few places are still available. Keynote speakers include: Professor Robert Schwartz (Academic Dean and Professor of Practice of Educational Policy, HarvardGraduate School of Education), lead author, Pathways…

Careers 2020: Launch event

DSC0114

Event Summary This event on Friday 9th September launched a new research project by the PCPL, providing an opportunity to take a step back and consider some of the big, long-term questions surrounding ‘careers services’. What will the pathways to personal success look like in the future? As people make progress in their lives through…

Launch of new research project on enterprise and entrepreneurship education

Enterprise-Education

With the world economy facing turbulent times and individual countries rethinking how they and their citizens can flourish in the global marketplace, many would argue that the importance of enterprise and entrepreneurship education has never been greater. But does this mean teaching people how to write a business plan or is it about gaining a…

Blue Skies: New thinking about the future of higher education

Blue Skies: New thinking about the future of higher education

Higher education in the UK, and beyond, is experiencing a period of unprecedented change. Together, global trends and national policies are generating a debate   that is increasingly focussed on the cost of higher education. Tuition fees, research grants and ROI are the issues of the day. It’s time to widen the debate. The Pearson Centre…

Tag Archive: research

Event summary video: Careers 2020 – a cloudy horizon

Young woman looking at computer

Back in September we launched the final Careers 2020 report, an independent research programme into careers support in English schools. This report compares how careers activity in English schools has actually changed on the ground over the last two years, and offers recommendations for improvement. The report is here and a video of the event…

Academies Commission report ‘Unleashing Greatness’

Academies Commission - large

Set up by the Pearson Think Tank and the RSA to examine the long term impact of academisation on educational outcomes, the Academy Commission’s report, Unleashing Greatness, argues that the Government must apply a more systematic approach towards implementing the next phase of the academies programme as well as a forensic focus on teaching quality…

First termly research digest from eedNET out

eednet

The Pearson  Centre for Policy and Learning is proud to be working in partnership with the Expansive Education  Network. The Network, which is based at the University of Winchester, provides a national and international forum for the development and exchange of ideas and development in teaching and learning.  As such it’s involved in a range…

PCPL research showcased at conference in Warwick on 12 October 2011

warwick

The second annual Education and Employers research conference takes place  around the theme of ‘Exploring social mobility and delivery mechanisms in international perspective’, at the University of Warwick. A few places are still available. Keynote speakers include: Professor Robert Schwartz (Academic Dean and Professor of Practice of Educational Policy, HarvardGraduate School of Education), lead author, Pathways…

Careers 2020: Launch event

DSC0114

Event Summary This event on Friday 9th September launched a new research project by the PCPL, providing an opportunity to take a step back and consider some of the big, long-term questions surrounding ‘careers services’. What will the pathways to personal success look like in the future? As people make progress in their lives through…

Launch of new research project on enterprise and entrepreneurship education

Enterprise-Education

With the world economy facing turbulent times and individual countries rethinking how they and their citizens can flourish in the global marketplace, many would argue that the importance of enterprise and entrepreneurship education has never been greater. But does this mean teaching people how to write a business plan or is it about gaining a…

Blue Skies: New thinking about the future of higher education

Blue Skies: New thinking about the future of higher education

Higher education in the UK, and beyond, is experiencing a period of unprecedented change. Together, global trends and national policies are generating a debate   that is increasingly focussed on the cost of higher education. Tuition fees, research grants and ROI are the issues of the day. It’s time to widen the debate. The Pearson Centre…

Tag Archive: research

Event summary video: Careers 2020 – a cloudy horizon

Young woman looking at computer

Back in September we launched the final Careers 2020 report, an independent research programme into careers support in English schools. This report compares how careers activity in English schools has actually changed on the ground over the last two years, and offers recommendations for improvement. The report is here and a video of the event…

Academies Commission report ‘Unleashing Greatness’

Academies Commission - large

Set up by the Pearson Think Tank and the RSA to examine the long term impact of academisation on educational outcomes, the Academy Commission’s report, Unleashing Greatness, argues that the Government must apply a more systematic approach towards implementing the next phase of the academies programme as well as a forensic focus on teaching quality…

First termly research digest from eedNET out

eednet

The Pearson  Centre for Policy and Learning is proud to be working in partnership with the Expansive Education  Network. The Network, which is based at the University of Winchester, provides a national and international forum for the development and exchange of ideas and development in teaching and learning.  As such it’s involved in a range…

PCPL research showcased at conference in Warwick on 12 October 2011

warwick

The second annual Education and Employers research conference takes place  around the theme of ‘Exploring social mobility and delivery mechanisms in international perspective’, at the University of Warwick. A few places are still available. Keynote speakers include: Professor Robert Schwartz (Academic Dean and Professor of Practice of Educational Policy, HarvardGraduate School of Education), lead author, Pathways…

Careers 2020: Launch event

DSC0114

Event Summary This event on Friday 9th September launched a new research project by the PCPL, providing an opportunity to take a step back and consider some of the big, long-term questions surrounding ‘careers services’. What will the pathways to personal success look like in the future? As people make progress in their lives through…

Launch of new research project on enterprise and entrepreneurship education

Enterprise-Education

With the world economy facing turbulent times and individual countries rethinking how they and their citizens can flourish in the global marketplace, many would argue that the importance of enterprise and entrepreneurship education has never been greater. But does this mean teaching people how to write a business plan or is it about gaining a…

Blue Skies: New thinking about the future of higher education

Blue Skies: New thinking about the future of higher education

Higher education in the UK, and beyond, is experiencing a period of unprecedented change. Together, global trends and national policies are generating a debate   that is increasingly focussed on the cost of higher education. Tuition fees, research grants and ROI are the issues of the day. It’s time to widen the debate. The Pearson Centre…

Tag Archive: research

Event summary video: Careers 2020 – a cloudy horizon

Young woman looking at computer

Back in September we launched the final Careers 2020 report, an independent research programme into careers support in English schools. This report compares how careers activity in English schools has actually changed on the ground over the last two years, and offers recommendations for improvement. The report is here and a video of the event…

Academies Commission report ‘Unleashing Greatness’

Academies Commission - large

Set up by the Pearson Think Tank and the RSA to examine the long term impact of academisation on educational outcomes, the Academy Commission’s report, Unleashing Greatness, argues that the Government must apply a more systematic approach towards implementing the next phase of the academies programme as well as a forensic focus on teaching quality…

First termly research digest from eedNET out

eednet

The Pearson  Centre for Policy and Learning is proud to be working in partnership with the Expansive Education  Network. The Network, which is based at the University of Winchester, provides a national and international forum for the development and exchange of ideas and development in teaching and learning.  As such it’s involved in a range…

PCPL research showcased at conference in Warwick on 12 October 2011

warwick

The second annual Education and Employers research conference takes place  around the theme of ‘Exploring social mobility and delivery mechanisms in international perspective’, at the University of Warwick. A few places are still available. Keynote speakers include: Professor Robert Schwartz (Academic Dean and Professor of Practice of Educational Policy, HarvardGraduate School of Education), lead author, Pathways…

Careers 2020: Launch event

DSC0114

Event Summary This event on Friday 9th September launched a new research project by the PCPL, providing an opportunity to take a step back and consider some of the big, long-term questions surrounding ‘careers services’. What will the pathways to personal success look like in the future? As people make progress in their lives through…

Launch of new research project on enterprise and entrepreneurship education

Enterprise-Education

With the world economy facing turbulent times and individual countries rethinking how they and their citizens can flourish in the global marketplace, many would argue that the importance of enterprise and entrepreneurship education has never been greater. But does this mean teaching people how to write a business plan or is it about gaining a…

Blue Skies: New thinking about the future of higher education

Blue Skies: New thinking about the future of higher education

Higher education in the UK, and beyond, is experiencing a period of unprecedented change. Together, global trends and national policies are generating a debate   that is increasingly focussed on the cost of higher education. Tuition fees, research grants and ROI are the issues of the day. It’s time to widen the debate. The Pearson Centre…