Cambridge CEM Blog

What is PISA telling us, and what can teachers do about it?

By Mark Frazer, Teaching and Learning Lead, CEM

Since the publication of the results from the...

How schools can engage with research and evidence

It makes sense that the most effective teaching methods are used in classrooms, and that the...

Evidence-based education: expectations, barriers and pitfalls

By Dr Deborah M. Netolicky

Teachers, school leaders, schools, and education systems around...

Data matters

There is broad agreement in research that effective use of data is vital to school improvement....

Evidence-Based Practice: What it is and what it isn’t

Introduced by Professor Rob Coe

We are delighted to host this piece by Gary Jones, in which he...

Reporting the evidence: what research can tell us about how assessment data is used

Katharine Bailey is Director of Policy here at CEM, and for many years she has been working...

Sense and Accountability

The Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL) has published a report today calling for...

Assessment and accountability

How many webpages, teacher forums and parent chat rooms abound with acerbic, defensive and...

Navigating Evidence

In recent months there has been a real surge of interest in the ways that evidence and research...