Tackling Socio-Economic Inequalities in Childhood Test Scores
On the 21st of March we held an engagement workshop at the Royal Statistical Society in London, "Tackling Socio-Economic Inequalities in Childhood Test Scores".
There are sizeable and persistent inequalities in children’s cognitive and educational test performance in the UK. This event showcased contemporary data and research findings and explored the opportunities for policy formulation and social change.
The event featured presentations from researchers in this field.
Professor Alice Sullivan (University College London)
Dr Roxanne Connelly (University of Warwick)
Dr Liz Washbrook (University of Bristol)
Dr Terry Ng-Knight (University College London)
Discussion was led by Claire Harding, the Head of Research at the Family and Childcare Trust and Dr Wanda Wyporska FRSA, the Executive Director of the Equality Trust.
On the 23rd of March we held a full day training event at the Royal Statistical Society in London "Analysing and Comparing Large-Scale and Complex Social Survey Data: Insights from the Analysis of Socio-Economic Inequalities in Childhood".
On the 22nd of March we held a half-day training event at the Royal Statistical Society in London. This workshop was tailored to the needs non-academic researchers "Analysing and Comparing Large-Scale and Complex Social Survey Data: A Brief But Practical Introduction for Non-Academic Researchers".