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Research Round Up – December 2017

As we approach the end of the year, the reports that have been commissioned during the first school term have been coming through thick and fast. Here are some of the key findings and studies you don’t want to have missed. The Department of Education (DfE) published “Good intentions, good enough?” an independent report into the experiences and outcomes of …

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Research Round Up – November 2017

October was a busy month for research publications and reports around children’s language development and educational needs. Here are the ones we picked for you. The Early Intervention Foundation compiled a report linking language and other social, emotional and learning outcomes – highlighting how early language development is a primary indicator of child wellbeing. The Education Endowment Foundation and Public …

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Research Round Up – October 2017

Throughout September many impactful studies surrounding education and speech and language development were concluded and published. We have picked up and highlighted just a few to bring to your attention. The Division of Psychology and Language Sciences at the University College of London conducted research on how children learn abstract concepts like ‘idea’ or ‘freedom’. The study has implications for …

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