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Research

Our research projects

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Justice | 2019 – 2022

Understanding criminogenic influences on youth offending

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Education | 2019 – 2020

Education priorities in a forthcoming general election

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Education | 2019 – 2022

The SWAN game-based approach to learning foundational number language

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Education | 2019 – 2022

Do infants learn new words from educational picture books?

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Welfare | 2019 – 2022

The effect of Community Mental Health Services in England

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Welfare | 2019 – 2022

Caregiving dads, breadwinning mums: Transforming gender in work and childcare?

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Education | 2019 – 2021

Family Nurse Partnership: what works in England and Germany

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Welfare | 2019 – 2021

Living with data: knowledge, experiences and perceptions of data practices

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Education | 2019 – 2021

‘Intractable’ schools: can an Ofsted judgment prevent sustainable improvement?

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Education | 2019 – 2021

Digital skills in apprenticeships

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Justice | 2019 – 2021

The Edinburgh Study: causes and impacts of criminal justice pathways

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Education | 2019 – 2021

Using catchment areas to estimate school effectiveness

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The Nuffield Foundation is not simply an academic funding body, though the research we fund must stand up to rigorous academic scrutiny. We want the policies and institutions that affect people’s well-being to be influenced by robust evidence.

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