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The Institute for Effective Education (IEE), based at the University of York, is working to establish what works in learning and teaching — and why.

We conduct rigorous evaluations of education programmes and practices. Our research is mainly focused on literacy, numeracy, and science in the UK and overseas, but also includes early childhood education, parenting, widening participation, and the effective use of technology.

We work closely with schools, policy makers, and other researchers to share knowledge and build support for evidence-based education in policy and practice.

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  • ESRC Research Seminar Series: The sixth and final ESRC Research Seminar will be held at Hamilton House, Mabledon Place, London, on 19 June 2015. This FREE event is for research funders and commissioners, policy makers, researchers, and others with an interest in the practicalities of running large research projects in education. The presenters are Gill Hampden-Thompson (University of Sussex) and Andy Biggart (School of Education at Queen’s University, Belfast).
  • Research Methods Summer School: Our introductory two-day course about research methods in the social sciences will take place on 28/29 July 2015 in York.
  • IEE Conference: Our next conference is on 16-17 March 2016 in York.

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