24th - 26th June 2019: Evidence Week
The DECE team will be represented at the opening of Evidence Week in the Houses of Parliament on 24th June. On Tuesday 25th June from 1 - 5pm, the team will have an Evidence Pod, where we will be briefing Parliamentarians on how to find the strongest evidence of the impact of Pupil Premium.
For more information, see our Evidence Week event page.
1st May: Professor Vikki Boliver - presentation at the Office for Students on contextualised admissions to higher education. Video here (starts at 36:32): Vikki Boliver contextualised admissions presentation
25th March: Professor Vikki Boliver - public lecture (in honour of the late Professor David Raffe) on how we can promote fairer access to university study for disadvantaged applicants: https://mhse-uoe-pomote-fair-access-scottish-unis.eventbrite.co.uk/
10th November: DECE ESRC funded Public Engagement Event 'Let's make Education Fairer', Durham Marriott hotel 10.11.18, 11am-2pm
4-7th September: Prof. Stephen Gorard and Dr Nadia Siddiqui - ECER Symposium on school segregation across the world, Bolzano, Italy http://www.eera-ecer.de/ecer-2018-bolzano/
4-7th September: Prof. Vikki Boliver, Prof. Stephen Gorard and Dr Nadia Siddiqui - ECER Paper on contextualised admissions to higher education, Bolzano, Italy http://www.eera-ecer.de/ecer-2018-bolzano/
11-13th September: Dr Rebecca Morris - How schools use their autonomy in allocating resources and developing teachers, BERA Symposium on school segregation across the world, Newcastle https://www.bera.ac.uk/beraconference-2018
11-13th September: Prof. Stephen Gorard and Dr Nadia Siddiqui - BERA Symposium on school segregation across the world, Newcastle https://www.bera.ac.uk/beraconference-2018
11-13th September: Prof. Stephen Gorard, Dr Nadia Siddiqui and Prof. Vikki Boliver - BERA Paper on contextualised admissions to higher education, Newcastle https://www.bera.ac.uk/beraconference-2018
3-4th July: Prof. Stephen Gorard Plenary Address, Lambeth Education Conference https://www.lambeth.gov.uk/rsu/sites/www.lambeth.gov.uk.rsu/files/closing_the_achievement_gap_3_july_2018_flyer.pdf
25th-27th July: The development of volunteering citizens led survey (Annual Status of Education Research Pakistan): Improvements in the survey data quality over time. Second International Conference on the Methodology of Longitudinal Surveys: Institute for Social and Economic Research (ISER), University of Essex https://www.mols2.org.uk/
5th June: Dr Rebecca Morris - A Marked Improvement? Two years on in Liverpool Conference, Liverpool https://meolscop.researchschool.org.uk/2018/03/23/conference-a-marked-improvement-two-years-on/
13th June: Prof. Stephen Gorard - Faculty seminar on school segregation and attainment, UAE, Norwich https://www.uea.ac.uk/documents/595200/20807857/Stephen+Gorard.pdf/24ac1a76-225e-83fc-88d8-c1c2bff3f046
14th June: Prof. Vikki Boliver- “Sheffield Student 2013” longitudinal tracking project: Final outcome, Widening Participation Research and Evaluation Unit, Sheffield https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/sheffield-student-2013-longitudinal-tracking-project-final-outcomes-tickets-42195758650
16th June Nadia Siddiqui Guest Lecture (Teach First): The critical role of contextualised admissions in widening access to higher education. Lindisfarne Centre at St Aidan's College
19th June: Prof. Steve Higgins - Keynote speaker at the Educational Aims and Values through Architecture Conference, Cambridge https://eahn.org/2018/02/seminar-3-cambridge-seminars-2018-educational-aims-and-values-through-architecture/
22nd June: Dr Rebecca Morris - NATE Conference, Birmingham https://www.nate.org.uk/courses/
27th June: Prof. Stephen Gorard - Plenary Address, Widening Participation, UCL, London http://www.ucl.ac.uk/prospective-students/widening-participation/activities/sutton-trust
28th June: Prof. Stephen Gorard - Plenary Address, Schools of Tomorrow Conference, Nottingham http://schoolsoftomorrow.org/events.php
26th January: Diversifying the elite: the responsibility of universities? Professor Vikki Boliver - panel for the Reform UK event 'Diversifying the elite: the responsibility of universities?'