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The truth about the Phonics Screening Check

By Matt Walker

Last week the Department for Education (DfE) published the final report from NFER’s three-year evaluation into the impact of the Phonics Screening Check (PSC). 734 more words

Evidence

Why become an academic blogger?

Why write?

If you can answer this question then you can answer the title question. I enjoy writing. What I write about in my blog posts is about me. 722 more words

Academic Blogging

Talented poor pupils missing out on GCSE success

New piece in my inbox this week:

A new research brief from the Sutton Trust has shown that talented pupils from poor backgrounds are falling short of their potential at GCSE, achieving on average half a grade less than other highly able pupils. 281 more words

Education Research

Kementerian Riset, Teknologi, dan Pendidikan Tinggi Kirim Prototipe ke Industri

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Periode 2015-2019, Kementerian Riset, Teknologi, dan Pendidikan Tinggi (Kemenristek Dikti) menginventarisasi 632 prototipe karya teknologi. Dari jumlah itu, 15 prototipe diharapkan diproduksi massal industri. 154 more words

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Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education Sends Prototype to Industry

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The period of 2015-2019, Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education (Kemenristek Dikti) inventoried 632 prototypes of technological works. From that figure, 15 prototypes are expected to be mass produced by industry. 204 more words

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Riset di Perguruan Tinggi Dinilai Masih Kurang

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Anggota Komisi X DPR RI, Teguh Juwarno, menilai tuntutan agar Perguruan Tinggi (PT) di Indonesia menjadi universitas berkelas dunia (WCU) seolah menjadi desakan yang tak terhindarkan. 258 more words

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Research at Universities Remains Lacking

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The House of Representatives’ Commission X member Teguh Juwarno deemed the demand that required Indonesian universities to be world-class universities (WCU) was inevitable since the WCU ranking had been used as an indicator of universities’ progress in particular and in general education advancement in the respective country. 258 more words

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