A further seven projects have been awarded Research Schools Network Innovation Evaluation Grants, bringing the total number of innovation evaluation projects currently funded to 16.
Eleven schools to support social mobility ‘coldspots’ – including in Bradford, Blackpool and Norwich – have won funding to boost the quality of teaching in their region through better use of research. The new Research Schools – part-funded through the Government’s Opportunity Areas programme and part of a joint initiative between the Education Endowment Foundation …
The IEE and EEF have announced six new Research Schools. The Schools in Southport, Suffolk, London, County Durham, Hertfordshire and West Sussex join a growing network of Research Schools across the country
We are now accepting applications for the second round of Innovation Evaluation grants from schools that are involved with the Research Schools Network.
The IEE is pleased to announce four projects chosen to receive the first Research Schools Network Innovation Evaluation Grants.
Our new website and refreshed visual identity signifies a new chapter for the IEE. Although the IEE is still based at the University of York, it is now an independent registered charity.
The EEF and the IEE are now looking to appoint a further six Research Schools to begin work in September 2017.
To be a Research School, you will need to have the capacity and reach to deliver the three strands of activity to up to 200 schools in your region. We also expect you to have experience of supporting other schools and teachers through the delivery of training. High-quality external evidence should underpin this training.
Five schools across England will become focal-points of education research in their region after winning part of £2.5m of funding from the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) and the Institute for Effective Education (IEE). The new Research Schools will build networks between large numbers of schools in their region and support them to make better use …