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Below you will find the latest education market research insights, education news and research findings. The most recent education articles can be found at the top.

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Few young people write letters, survey reveals

17th September 2015 12:45

A recent survey commissioned by the National Literacy Trust has revealed that writing letters is dying out amongst young people, with just one in six teenagers admitting to writing letters outside of the classroom. According to the study, young people are… Read more...


Survey finds many parents offer teens incentives for good A-level grades

13th August 2015 11:06

According to the findings of a survey by Leeds Beckett University – published on 12th August 2015 - many parents are bribing their children with money, holidays, cars and laptops, to incentivise them to strive for high A-level grades. The university… Read more...


DJS Research explores why teachers switch exam boards

14th August 2015 13:05

Recent market research findings from DJS Research’s education market research arm, VoicED, have revealed what makes teachers switch exam boards, and what they’re looking for once they have made the change. The research aimed to discover new business… Read more...


Teachers too optimistic when predicting grades, survey suggests

11th August 2015 10:49

Analysis of exam board data has revealed that teachers are often too optimistic when setting predicted grades for pupils. Researchers compared GCSE and A-level results awarded by exam board, OCR, with the predicted grades submitted by teachers, as part of… Read more...


More students than ever working to fund university, survey finds

10th August 2015 11:46

According to findings of a recent study by Endsleigh, the insurance firm, more students than ever before are having to work to fund their university course and approximately 50 per cent dip into their overdraft to cover the costs. Of the respondents, 77 per… Read more...


A quarter of teens don’t know what to do after compulsory education, survey finds

5th August 2015 13:06

A recent survey, carried out by notgoingtouni.com, has revealed that more than 80,000 young people, aged between 15 and 18, do not know what they want to do after they leave compulsory education. The survey also discovered that less than 25 per cent are considering… Read more...


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