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Naomi Potter, Research Executive at DJS Research Ltd, is interviewed by Research Business Daily Report in relation to her role in the DJS Junior Research Executive Scheme.

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Stark Differences In Progress Between Ethnic Groups: According to the Social Mobility Commission, there are ‘stark differences’ in progress between ethnic groups in terms of their route through education and in to work. Whilst poorer white boys are the…

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According to analysis by the Independent newspaper, the most recently published primary school performance tables suggest that almost half of pupils leave primary school without the ability to read and write properly. Only one in 20 schools (5%) achieved…

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Survey finds private school teachers are at risk of burn out: According to a recent survey, many teachers who work at an independent school are working more hours than they are contracted to do every week. A further 20 per cent said that they were…

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25 per cent of pupils only write in school: According to the findings of a survey by the National Literacy Trust – whereby the researchers surveyed 32,500 pupils – 25 per cent of those aged eight to 18 either rarely or never write anything that is not for…

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Research suggests that changes are necessary to the teacher application process: According to a recent report by Ranstad, a human resource consulting firm, 90 per cent of teachers would welcome changes to the teacher application process to create a…

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Parent worry more about children’s attainment than happiness, survey finds: A recent survey of parents who were getting ready to begin the new academic year has revealed that the increasing pressure to achieve good results is resulting in more parents…

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A recent occupational health survey, commissioned by the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) and the Electrical Contractors’ Association (ECA) has discovered that 31 per cent of construction companies felt that mental health issues on-site were hard to deal with...

#construction #engineering #mrx #mentalhealth #mentalillness #health  

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According to a recent Ofsted survey, approximately 80,000 disadvantaged children last year were not benefitting from free childcare and education paid for by the Government. The statistics show that one third of all 2 year olds in England, who meet the…

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A recent Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) survey has shown that Edinburgh was ranked last in cost-effectiveness on a list of UK universities, for students to both work and live in. The survey was of 25 UK universities, which showed students at Edinburgh…
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