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11 January 2018
Authors of a comprehensive study on Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) funded by the Nuffield Foundation have called on the Secretary of State for Education to focus on improving the quality of the free entitlement to part time nursery care...
15 December 2017
Employment law for parents should be overhauled, starting with three months’ well-paid “daddy leave”, according to a new study from the Fatherhood Institute entitled Cash or carry. Cash or carry is based on the most comprehensive...
15 December 2017
A new landmark study conducted by the University of Stirling will empower policymakers to improve the lives of Scotland’s older population by providing them with a comprehensive insight into the economic, health and social circumstances of...
07 December 2017
New research funded by the Nuffield Foundation indicates that improved job satisfaction is the main driver for teachers who leave the profession. New insights from the National Foundation for Educational Research (NFER), released today, show that...
01 December 2017
The Nuffield Foundation is pleased to announce the appointment of Ian Hanham as Director of Finance and Information Systems. Ian will join the Foundation on 4 January and will lead our finance strategy, operations, and information systems. Ian is...
01 December 2017
What influences students’ decisions about subject choice at school? And what impact do these choices have on their access to higher education? The Nuffield Foundation hosted a seminar which discussed what the research evidence can tell us...
29 November 2017
A new report, published today by the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) and funded by the Nuffield Foundation, shows that leaving education when the economy is weak can have lasting effects on your pay and employment – even once the wider...
29 November 2017
The Nuffield Foundation is funding the Education Policy Institute to undertake an investigation into how the system for identifying children with Special Education Needs and Disabilities (SEND) works in England.  To launch the project, the...
29 November 2017
Research identifies urgent need for the implementation of specialist interventions to improve the reading skills of deaf children The British education system is neglecting the needs of severely and profoundly deaf children, many of whom have major...
22 November 2017
Today the government have announced the creation of a new advisory body, with the intention to enable safe, ethical and ground-breaking innovation in AI and data-driven technologies. This Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation will work with...
17 November 2017
What influences students’ decisions about subject choice at school? And what impact do these choices have on their access to higher education? The Nuffield Foundation is hosting a seminar to discuss what the research evidence can tell us about...
16 November 2017
The Nuffield Council on Bioethics is embarking upon a major new inquiry to explore how research may be conducted ethically in the context of global health emergencies. The Nuffield Council on Bioethics is an independent body funded by the Nuffield...
13 November 2017
Women seeking protection from sexual violence are being disadvantaged by the UK asylum system but the system can be made fairer, according to a major study of the asylum appeals process published today by Asylum Aid and the National Centre for...
07 November 2017
New IFS research published today, funded by the Nuffield Foundation, looks at recessions, inequality, and the role of the tax and benefit system. It finds that planned benefit cuts will leave low-income households more exposed to the impact of...
01 November 2017
New Nuffield-funded analysis from the Institute for Fiscal Studies shows that time-limited in-work benefits can help increase the probability of moving into paid work and also improve job retention. In a new IFS briefing note Mike Brewer and...
30 October 2017
New research published today by the Nuffield Foundation shows that divorce law in England and Wales is incentivising people to exaggerate claims of ‘behaviour’ or adultery to get a quicker divorce. In practice, these claims cannot be...
24 October 2017
Children in South Africa could benefit from starting school a year earlier, according to new research by Durham University in the UK and the University of Pretoria in South Africa and funded by the Nuffield Foundation. The study found that those...
24 October 2017
The Government and stakeholders in the secondary sector need to urgently look at identifying ways in which more and better part-time working can be accommodated in secondary schools, a new report funded by the Nuffield Foundation recommends....
06 October 2017
Children with reading difficulties should be more thoroughly screened for hearing problems, a new report by Coventry University academics has said. The study, funded by the Nuffield Foundation, found 25 per cent of its young participants who had...
05 October 2017
Nuffield-funded researchers at Cardiff University's School of Law and Politics have used ground-breaking empirical research to provide an important overview of the Court of Protection's welfare jurisdiction. The Court of Protection (CoP) was...