February 2017 Research Publications Schools About
NFER welcomes the Education Select Committee report

A report by the Education Select Committee titled 'Recruitment and retention of teachers' includes references to NFER research reports. We submitted written evidence to the inquiry in November 2015 and a Senior Research Manager gave evidence in October 2016.
Focus on school workforce
The recruitment, development and retention of teachers and school leaders underpins everything in the education system. Our new School Workforce page summarises some of NFER's work in this important area. Read the latest research, publications and news at the link below.

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Results from Teacher Voice
The results from NFER's latest Teacher Voice Omnibus Survey are out. This report provides a summary of responses to questions exploring senior leaders' views on performance-related pay, mental health, flexible working, careers education and curriculum reform, among others.

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Latest blogs
Schools that work for everyone: Tackling disadvantage

Joana Andrade's third post on schools that work for everyone explores the term 'disadvantage'.
Could teacher retention be improving?

NFER agrees that the Government should place greater emphasis on improving teacher retention. Here's why.
Product news
New! School surveys video

NFER School Surveys are a complete results, benchmarking and analysis service for schools to gain feedback from parents, pupils and staff. Our new video explains how you can use it to help with your school improvement planning (and much more).
16-18 March 2017
The Education Show

Visit NFER on stand H54 and come to our Friday presentation to find out more about our products and services for schools. Assessment expert Emily Jones will be presenting a session titled Age-related expectations: How can they support teacher assessment in a life without levels?
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10-11 March 2017
ASCL Annual Conference 2017

NFER staff, including Chief Executive Carole Willis, will share their expertise in research and assessment across three sessions at this year's ASCL Annual Conference.
30 March 2017
Westminster Education Forum Seminar

NFER Senior Research Manager, Pippa Lord, will discuss the different ways teachers engage with research evidence in practice and what could be done to further support and encourage teachers to make use of research.
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