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December 15th

Why the UK needs fair jobs for dads

Employment law for parents should be overhauled, starting with three months’ well-paid “daddy leave”, according to a new study from the Fatherhood Institute entitled Cash or carry.

Cash or carry is based on the most comprehensive review ever undertaken in Britain of decades of research into the roles of fathers in families, funded by the Nuffield Foundation.

Major study into older Scots set to inform and shape policy

A new landmark study conducted by the University of Stirling will empower policymakers to improve the lives of Scotland’s older population by providing them with a comprehensive insight into the economic, health and social circumstances of people over 50.

December 7th

Improve job satisfaction to stop teachers quitting the classroom

New research funded by the Nuffield Foundation indicates that improved job satisfaction is the main driver for teachers who leave the profession.

December 1st

Ian Hanham appointed Director of Finance and Information Systems

The Nuffield Foundation is pleased to announce the appointment of Ian Hanham as Director of Finance and Information Systems. Ian will join the Foundation on 4 January and will lead our finance strategy, operations, and information systems.

Young people’s subject choices - influences and impact

What influences students’ decisions about subject choice at school? And what impact do these choices have on their access to higher education?

The Nuffield Foundation hosted a seminar which discussed what the research evidence can tell us about how students make decisions about which subjects to study, and the impact those choices have on their outcomes.