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Welcome to Professor Carole Torgerson

Posted on Thursday 26 November 2020

The Department of Education is delighted to welcome Professor Carole Torgerson.

Award for early career researcher

Posted on Monday 23 November 2020

A former postdoctoral researcher at York has won a prestigious award for her work conducted in the Department of Education at York.

Children who miss out on baby talk not necessarily disadvantaged by age 11, research suggests

Posted on Saturday 14 November 2020

Babies and toddlers who miss out on high quality early talk and communication at home are not necessarily left at a permanent disadvantage, a new study suggests.

Understanding patterns of access to postgraduate education in the UK

Posted on Wednesday 4 November 2020

The Sutton Trust commissions a report on social inequalities and postgraduate education to York academics

Fan Studies Network Conference - Theme Park Politics and Representation in Disney

Posted on Wednesday 28 October 2020

PhD Student, Jess Gibson discusses Disney representation in films and theme parks

Congratulations, class of 2020!

Posted on Wednesday 26 August 2020

Many congratulations to all our graduands on your virtual graduation day!

Teachers 'misunderstood and vilified' during Covid-19

Posted on Monday 3 August 2020

Dr Kathryn Asbury and Dr Lisa Kim research how teachers feel they have been wrongly presented as whingeing and 'work-shy' during the pandemic.

Funding boost for modern foreign languages centre

Posted on Wednesday 29 July 2020

The University of York has been awarded £1.45m of government funding to continue its work to support foreign language teaching in schools.

Success in 2020 Green Impact Awards

Posted on Monday 27 July 2020

Double success as Department of Education and UYSEG receive awards this year.

Master’s degree loan scheme boosts inclusivity, study finds

Posted on Friday 24 July 2020

A loan scheme has enabled more graduates from disadvantaged backgrounds to progress onto studying for a masters, a major new study has found.