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Posted on Thursday 11 May 2023
A team of researchers, led by Professor Kathryn Asbury in the Department of Education’s Psychology in Education Research Centre (PERC), are to conduct a scoping study that will offer recommendations on best practice in approaching longitudinal qualitative research with seldom heard families.
Posted on Thursday 30 March 2023
The first part of our newly established YMPSE came to a successful conclusion on 24 February.
Posted on Thursday 23 March 2023
Education at York placed 9th in the UK and 47th in the world according to the latest release of the QS World University Rankings by subject (2023).
Posted on Monday 9 January 2023
We celebrated both Professor Kathryn Asbury & Professor Danijela Trenkic's professorships at their joint inaugural lectures, which took place on 5 October 2022 in the Bowland Auditorium.
Posted on Wednesday 14 December 2022
Alumni of the Department of Education make up half of the University of York University Challenge team for the forthcoming Christmas special series.
Posted on Tuesday 13 December 2022
The Teacher Success Project is celebrating after two recent awards.
Posted on Monday 12 December 2022
Researchers in the Department's Centre for Research on Education and Social Justice have released three reports in recent weeks focusing on inequality in different aspects of higher education.
Posted on Monday 10 October 2022
Research by CRESJ's Dr Daniel McArthur and Dr Katharina Hecht, of Northeastern University in Boston, has shown that class background remains a barrier to accessing opportunities in later life, even among those who are successful.
Posted on Monday 3 October 2022
The University of York will host the British Association of Applied Linguistics (BAAL) Annual Conference from 23 to 25 August 2023.
Posted on Monday 1 August 2022
In partnership with colleagues from Universitas Negeri Surabaya's (UNESA) Department of English, Dr Andrzej Cirocki (UoY, Department of Education) has established the National Centre for English Language Teaching Materials Development (NCELTMAD) in Indonesia.