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Independent charitable trust funding research & student programmes to advance educational opportunity & social well-being (UK). Tweets by Fran, Molly & Claire
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Nuffield Foundation Aug 16
Artificial intelligence is no silver bullet for governance Policymakers must solve the old data problems before applying new tech solutions urges vice chair, in his latest piece for |
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Nuffield Foundation Aug 16
The quantitative crisis in UK sociology Malcolm Williams, and from have written a chapter for Data in Society, a new book from Find out more:
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Nuffield Foundation Aug 16
“James and Muahid made some significant contributions to the projects of fingerprint collection and DNA transfer that will help us moving forward in these research areas” 🧬 Find out more about placements >
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Nuffield Foundation Aug 16
Replying to @AimeeGMSYP
Great to hear you enjoyed your placement, Aimee. Best of luck for the future 🌟
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Nuffield Foundation Aug 16
Every year we provide over 1,000 placements for students like Rossel, but it wouldn't be possible without our fantastic placement providers. Find out how you can get involved in 2020 >
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Nuffield Foundation Aug 16
Some of our students are taking over today as part of !
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Nuffield Foundation Aug 16
Data's a bit useless if nobody can tell what it means. Thankfully, William Playfair helped make data easier to understand by inventing: - Line graphs 📈 - Bar charts 📊 - Pie charts 🥧 Watch this great video from to find out more.
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Nuffield Foundation Aug 15
The proportion of A-level entries in England awarded a C or above has decreased to its lowest level since 2015. However, the overall pass rate has remained stable in England this year. examine data from
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Nuffield Foundation Aug 15
"We do not have a coherent, convincing narrative of the needs of young people, particularly those who are not going to university" - Naomi Eisenstadt We've launched a new £15 million fund for ambitious research projects to change society. Find out more:
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Nuffield Foundation Aug 15
Key points from this morning’s from : • Awarded grades down in lots of subjects • Maths entries down • Entries in other STEM subjects up • A mixed picture for languages
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Nuffield Foundation Aug 15
Check out this year's A Level results data & analysis from - available from 9.30am this morning 👇
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Nuffield Foundation Aug 14
"We have to pay attention to the voices of children, particularly more vulnerable children" - from We've launched a new £15 million fund for ambitious research projects. Find out more >
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Nuffield Foundation Aug 14
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Nuffield Foundation Aug 14
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3. Science entries will be up, with languages stabilising 4. AS-Level entries are now down to fewer than 150,000 in England
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Nuffield Foundation Aug 14
Four things to look out for on , by from : 1. A decrease in maths A-Level entries in England… 2. …and an even bigger decrease in English language entries, with a switch to STEM subjects likely to be part of the explanation
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Nuffield Foundation Aug 14
Want to explore national trends in entries and grades? Tomorrow morning, 's Nuffield-funded microsite will be updated with this year's data & analysis. Find out more:
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Nuffield Foundation Aug 13
In recent years, police forces, prisons, and women’s refuges have all seen their funding cut. Nuffield-funded research out today from finds the impact has been uneven across the country, with poorer areas being worse affected. Read more:
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Out today: & Niki Lacey analyse policies, spending & outcomes in relation to 1. violent crime 2. violence against women 3. hate crime 4. race & the CJS 5. prisons available here
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Nuffield Foundation Aug 13
Congratulations to and who have been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize in recognition of their work to develop integrated education in Northern Ireland. We're proud to have co-funded when it was established in 1992 >
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Nuffield Foundation Aug 13
Excellent! Thanks for sharing Ruta. Sure everyone involved will have a great
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