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This autumn we’re launching a new event series, What if… radical and inspiring ideas for alternative education futures. We want to tackle some of the most enduring challenges facing our education system, including how it can better support social mobility, how we can overcome the divide between academic and vocational pathways, and how we can make teaching the number one career choice. In association with TES, the events will each assemble a fantastic set of speakers, who have been tasked with bringing some fresh thinking to these issues. We hope that you’ll join us in the debate!   


The UCL Institute of Education is committed to driving innovation in education research and pedagogy, working closely with schools to ensure our work leads to transformative educational experiences in the classroom and beyond. Read on to find out the latest news and research taking place at our institution.

Students on the Education Studies’ placement module at the IOE have helped three London schools become official Refugee Welcome Schools. Read more

Iram Siraj, Professor of Early Childhood Education is working with the National Foundation for Educational Research to improve children’s early development in England. Read more

The aim is to enable pupils to engage with mathematical ideas through learning to program. Click here to find out more and download resources for the project. 

The Reading Recovery programme is run by the International Literacy Centre. It supports all children to achieve excellence in literacy. Read more 

Has the increased number of teaching assistants in schools had a positive impact on pupil progress, in particular for those with SEN? Read more

The EPPSE project is a high-profile longitudinal study, which looks at the influence of early education on children’s later development. Read more 


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