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5 Musings on the new Ofsted Inspection Framework

The Westminster Insight conference for the new Ofsted Education Inspection Framework was...

A whole new world?

The educational landscape is undergoing a bit of a shift. Just a mild understatement maybe.

10 ESSENTIAL READS to improve reading comprehension

How many of us, I wonder, in our first year of teaching came across that small child who was...

Baseline Assessment: Make it work for you

We know it is vital that teachers have access to reliable information to support them in making...

The Big Evidence Debate

Meta-analysis involves the aggregation of data from existing studies that share key features, in...

Translating Evidence into Practice

In education, translating evidence into practice is a process which involves everyone, from...

Why does vocabulary matter?

A good vocabulary is an important building block for helping young children to communicate...

Losing track of your data?

Under the new Ofsted framework, inspectors will now “ignore all tracking data” and from...

Changes in Education Throughout the Years

At the end of December, Professor Peter Tymms retired from his role as a Director of CEM.

In...

Why assessment may tell you less than you think – Part 2

By Rob Coe

In part 1 of this blog post, I posed five questions about these uses of assessments....