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Alix Robertson and Phil Yeeles of The Centre for Education and Youth (along with their expert guests) explore developments in education and youth research and policy. There is a particular focus on how research can affect teachers, educational leaders and policy makers as well as others with a wider interest in improving outcomes for all of our young people. This is a UK based show.
 
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In this episode, Bart Shaw, Head of Policy at The Centre for Education and Youth, shares with Phil Yeeles a selection of research that he has been reading lately. This episode looks first at Ofsted’s recent report on supporting pupils with SEND, before moving on to FFT Education Datalab’s recent piece on attainment disparity in the context of the C…
 
This episode of The Youth and Education Podcast is the first in a special series, taking an in depth look at the topics explored in the new CfEY book 'Young People on the Margins'. CfEY Associate Alix Robertson listens in to a fireside chat between CfEY Chief Executive Loic Menzies and CEO of the Reach Foundation Ed Vainker, as they discuss their j…
 
In this episode, Baz Ramaiah, Associate with the Policy Strand at The Centre for Education and Youth, shares with Phil Yeeles a selection of research that he has been reading lately. This episode focusses on social class and social mobility. Baz and Phil talk about the political context and consequences of the 1944 Education Act; a longitudinal stu…
 
In this episode of The Youth and Education Podcast, Trainee Associate at CfEY Vanessa Joshua talks to Alice Wilcock, Senior Policy Analyst at the Centre for Social Justice about exclusions, alternative provision and the new APPG on School Exclusions and Alternative Provision.Di The Centre for Education and Youth
 
In this episode, Dr Sam Baars, Director of Research and Operations at The Centre for Education and Youth, shares with Phil Yeeles a selection of research that he has been reading lately. This episode focusses on area-based inequalities. Sam and Phil talk about the different ways in which researchers classify areas, the factors that drive young peop…
 
le 20 octobre 2020, devant les étudiants de Sciences-Po Lyon, Sébastien Crozier affirme : « Il faut éduquer et former pour à nouveau combattre les croyances ! » « Le débat sur la 5G balaye un champ de questions et d’interrogations divers et multiples ». Sébastien Crozier, devant les étudiants de Sciences-Po Lyon qui organisaient un débat sur le suj…
 
Le Compte Personnel de Formation (CPF), désormais régi par la loi pour la liberté de choisir son avenir professionnel du 5 septembre 2018, « accompagne les actifs dans leurs choix de formation, [leur] redonne la main sur leur parcours professionnel »... grâce à une dotation annuelle en euros ou en heures et une application mobile pour consulter, vo…
 
Le 6 octobre dernier, Laurence Dalboussière, secrétaire générale de la CFE-CGC Orange, rencontrait les personnels du site de Marseille Réattu. Mesures sanitaires obligent, le nombre de participants étant limité en salle, une retransmission live sur Youtube était organisée pour les personnes éloignées. Nous livrons ici les principaux éléments de son…
 
« Nous avons déposé un recours pour que les nouvelles fréquences attribuées soient subordonnées à la création d’emplois dans notre pays ». Devant un public de citoyens et d’associations souvent réfractaires au déploiement de la 5G, Sébastien Crozier, Président de la CFE-CGC Orange intervient à Bordeaux lors d’un débat à l’initiative de la radio La …
 
Reprendre le travail efficacement et en confiance dans un contexte sanitaire compliqué, un environnement où les contraintes se multiplient chaque jour, tant dans le milieu professionnel que dans l'espace public, c'est l'enjeu auquel nous sommes tous confrontés (ou auquel nous devons tous faire face). Le 11 septembre dernier au cours d'une conférenc…
 
In this episode of the Youth and Education Podcast, CfEY Associate Alix Robertson interviews Professor Samantha Twiselton OBE, Director of Sheffield Institute of Education at Sheffield Hallam University. Alix and Sam discuss: The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on this year’s cohort of trainee teachers The challenges of not having time to learn in …
 
La négociation annuelle obligatoire sur les salaires pour l'année 2020 a échoué. Ce sera donc une décision unilatérale de l'entreprise qui s'appliquera. Tous les détails sont expliqués dans la publication de la CFE-CGC Orange en ligne sur le site du syndicat . Déjà rendue difficile par la situation sanitaire qui laisse présager des pertes de pouvoi…
 
#043 Research Roundup – Vanessa Joshua: Racism and education In this episode, Vanessa Joshua, Trainee Associate at the Centre for Education and Youth, shares a selection of research that she has been reading lately with Phil Yeeles. This episode focusses on racism. In light of research findings and current events, Vanessa and Phil talk about...…
 
"Je vais prendre la tête de la Direction des Ressources Humaines, d'une nouvelle direction qui va s'appeler People and transformation (...) Je trouve ça plus joli (...) Je n'aime pas trop le mot ressources (...) Je suis une personne..." Le ton est donné, Gervais Pellissier sera un DRH portant des valeurs humanistes sincères. Bien décidée à poursuiv…
 
In this episode, CfEY Associate Alix Robertson interviews Henry Greenwood, Founder and Managing Director of the Green Schools Project, an organisation that supports schools to set up and run student-led environmental projects that benefit their communities.Di The Centre for Education and Youth
 
La crise du Covid19 a mis en lumière l'interdépendance, l'unicité de la planète. Une photographie qui permet d'analyser les impacts d’un fonctionnement limité, de ce presqu’arrêt de nos sociétés de consommation (voire d'ultra-consommation) sur l’environnement : baisse de la consommation énergétique (hors secteur du numérique), de la pollution atmos…
 
« Les militants syndicaux, les militants citoyens, avec les artistes, vous êtes le sel de la terre ». En concluant son intervention par de tels propos, Stéphane Rozès délivre un message d’espoir dans une époque où fatalisme, voire pessimisme, et enthousiasme utopique se côtoient sans véritable réalisme. Les ressources dont nous disposons pour relev…
 
En direct de l'émission "L'Heure des Pros 2" du 5 mai 2020, animée par Pascal Praud sur CNews, Sébastien Crozier, Président de la CFE-CGC Orange présente son témoignage. Son expérience de la maladie pendant une trentaine de jours est qualifiée de passionnante par le journaliste.Di CFE-CGC Orange
 
In this episode, CfEY Associate Alix Robertson interviews Carly Waterman, Headteacher of Lodge Park Academy; Leora Cruddas, Chief Executive of the Confederation of School Trusts; and Eleanor Bernardes, Head of Development and Opportunities at Aspire AP about the impact of the coronavirus crisis on the education system.…
 
In this episode, CfEY Associate Alix Robertson interviews Director Cressida Brown about her perfomance of Shakespeare's Macbeth at The Globe theatre this year, which is specifially designed for audiences of young people.Di The Centre for Education and Youth
 
In this episode Kate Bowen-Viner, Senior Associate at the Centre for Education and Youth, shares a selection of research that she has been reading lately with Dr Sam Baars. This episode focuses on menstruation in school and period poverty. In light of research findings, Kate and Sam debate whether public discourse on period poverty and menstruation…
 
In this episode Dr Sam Baars, our Director of Research, pins down our elusive Chief Executive Loic Menzies for his first ever podcast interview. They discuss the changes that CfEY and the education sector as a whole have been through over the last ten years, and the role that the ‘think and action-tank’ plays today.…
 
In this episode Phil Yeeles, Junior Researcher at LKMco, shares a selection of research that he has been reading lately with Dr Sam Baars, our Director of Research. This episode has a critical conceptual focus: Sam and Phil discuss the ideological implications of youth social action as an uncontested ‘good’, the consequences of perpetually silent ‘…
 
In this episode, Iesha Small chairs a panel at the recent festival of education entitled ‘We need to stop talking about social mobility’ with James Turner, Emmanuel Akpan-Inwang, Dr Tony Sewell CBE and Karen Iles.Di The Centre for Education and Youth
 
In this episode, Amanda Spielman, Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Ofsted, chats to Anna Trethewey and Iesha Small of LKMco as they quiz her on her time at Ofsted and the lessons she has learnt on her journey to become HMCI. In this episode Amanda, Iesha and Anna discuss: How to affect change on a...…
 
In this episode, Alix Robertson, Junior Researcher at LKMco, shares a selection of research that she has been reading lately, with Dr Sam Baars, Director of Research. Sam and Alix look at an article from The Guardian in March, which reports on the 2018 findings of an annual survey into the reading habits of 2,000 British 0- to 17-year-olds. They al…
 
In this episode, Ellie and Sam discuss research they’ve been reading up on lately including pieces looking at the impact of studying and working abroad during higher education and whether all groups of students have equal access to these opportunities. Then, turning from higher education to the Early Years, they explore two recent pieces of researc…
 
In this episode, Abi explores a selection of recent and not-so-recent research that we’ve been reading in the last few weeks with Dr Sam Baars, Director of Research at LKMco. Sam and Abi look at a study from last year which looks at young people in care and their experiences of care review meetings. They...…
 
In this episode, Sam and Iesha talk through three pieces of research that hold particular interest for them: Capturing the Voices of Children in the Education Health and Care Plans: Are We There Yet? (published April 2018) Olympia Palikara, Susana Castro, Carolina Gaona and Vasiliki Eirinaki (School of Education, University of Roehampton) Mental He…
 
In this episode, Sam and Iesha talk through the findings of our recent report for the Department for Education which looked at school cultures and practices that support the attainment of disadvantaged pupils. We discuss what we mean by ‘school culture’, how we can measure it, and the elements of culture that seem to stand out in schools where disa…
 
In this episode, Sam and Iesha continue their discussion about the early phases of conducting a research project. Their discussion focuses on research design, conducting a literature review and establishing research questions. They also talk about the ‘nuts and bolts’ of a research design, including choosing quantitative or qualitative methods and …
 
In this episode Iesha starts a two-part discussion with Dr Sam Baars, LKMco’s Director of Research, about the way that we conduct research at LKMco. Iesha and Sam discuss the importance of research ethics and data security as the ‘foundations’ of good research, before running through the main elements of a research project – design, conduct, analys…
 
In this episode Iesha talks to our very own Eleanor Bernardes from LKMco. Iesha and Eleanor discuss how networking can be perceived; how Eleanor has developed a strategic approach to developing networks; the value networking has in building professional relationships and what tactics may help people build wider and more valuable networks.…
 
In this episode Sam talks to LKMco’s Bart Shaw about his recent research on mentoring (Forging Futures Through Mentoring). Sam and Bart discuss the research findings; mentoring’s popularity; the positives and risks associated with mentoring and key recommendations for mentors, mentoring programmes, schools and policy-makers.…
 
In this episode Iesha talks to Emma Shepard from the Maternity Teacher/Paternity Teacher Project. Iesha and Emma discuss why Emma founded the project; how Emma felt shame as a working mother; men’s choices when they become parents; the impact of government policy on parents and why Emma thinks it is important to emphasise parents’ choice in regards…
 
In this episode Iesha and Anna talk to Natasha Porter and Sarah Pearson from Unlocked Grads about why society should care about prisoners. Iesha, Natasha, Sarah and Anna discuss the Unlocked Grads scheme which trains top graduates as Prison Officers; Natasha’s career in education; her journey to setting up a charity; the lack of political will to i…
 
In this episode Iesha talks to Adrian Rogers, Lorraine Hughes and Sam Simkins from Chiltern Learning Trust about system leadership. They discuss the differences between headteachers and CEOs, whether headship is a good preparation for being a CEO and how Multi-Academy Trusts can facilitate flexible working.…
 
In this episode Sam talks to Kate Bowen-Viner, our Associate at LKMco, about a report she recently co-authored on young homeless people’s experience of education. Sam and Kate discuss the extent of youth homelessness, the time Kate challenged Theresa May, the importance of the stories behind statistics and which young people are more likely to expe…
 
In this episode Iesha talks to Charlotte Malton, a Senior Research Executive at BritainThinks, about a report she recently co-authored for the Money Advice Service on young adults and money management. Iesha and Charlotte discuss how young people manage their money at different stages of their lives between 16 and 25, as well as trends in their kno…
 
In this episode Anna and Sam explore a selection of the research that’s been hitting our desks in recent weeks. We discuss a major study of young people’s occupational aspirations using visual methods, a discourse analysis of the ways in which policymakers talk about students in higher education, and a systematic review of the effectiveness of diff…
 
In this episode Iesha talks to Sam Simkins. Sam is a Business Development Intern at Chiltern Learning Trust, where he maintains the social media accounts for the schools within the Trust, helping them to engage with parents and recruit new teachers. Iesha and Sam discuss why people working in education need to be less sceptical of ‘marketing’ and t…
 
In this episode Iesha talks to Ross McGill. Ross is an experienced educator, teacher and school leader, and founded Teacher Toolkit – the most influential blog on education in the UK. Iesha and Ross discuss teacher workload, the use of technology to reduce workload, and verbal feedback.Di The Centre for Education and Youth
 
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