February 2017 Research Publications Schools About
Visit us at the Education Show

We'll be at the Education Show from 16 - 18 March 2017, at the Birmingham NEC, Stand H54. Our Assessment Expert, Emily Jones, will also be speaking in the Central Feature Theatre at 14:45 on Friday 17 March. Join us for this session titled ‘Age-related Expectations: How can they support teacher assessment in a life without levels?’ or visit us on our stand. 

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View our new NFER School Surveys video
NFER School Surveys are a complete survey, results, benchmarking and analysis service for schools to gain feedback from parents, pupils and staff. Take a look at our brand new video to find out how our service can help with your school improvement planning (and much more).

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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. Written evidence to the inquiry was submitted in November 2015 and a Senior Research Manager gave evidence in October 2016.

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Focus on School Workforce
The recruitment, development and retention of teachers and school leaders underpins everything in the education system. Our new ‘Schools Workforce’ page summarises some of NFER's work in this important area. 

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Introducing our NFER Graduate programme
NFER are offering a a unique opportunity to develop a career in educational research and learn about the whole research process, from tender through to project delivery.

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Does your school improvement programme deliver high impact?
NFER Enquiring Schools is a tailored CPD programme focused on the individual pressure points, aspirations and objectives of each school or college. Find out more & start planning for summer. 

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The Education Select Committee has released a report arguing that the Government should place greater emphasis on improving teacher retention. Here’s why NFER agrees also.

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Upcoming Events:
ASCL Annual Conference 2017

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

Pippa Lord will discuss the different ways teachers engage with research evidence in practice, and what could be done to further support and encourage research use by teachers.

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