Researchers at the Robert Owen Centre for Educational Change call on politicians to enable schools to work together more effectively to break the link between disadvantage and educational attainment.
It is a year since Policy Scotland began its COVID-19 urgently needed insights programme to support the rapid mobilisation of knowledge in the unprecedented situation.
The International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement (ICSEI) and the Journal of Professional Capital and Community (JPCC) have announced the winner of the 2021 Innovation Award. Paul Campbell (ESF Sha Tin Junior School, Hong Kong and the University of Glasgow, UK) received the award for the study Reconceptualising Collaboration in the context of Crisis Response and…
Glasgow Riverside Innovation District (GRID) is a partnership between the University of Glasgow, Scottish Enterprise and Glasgow City Council, founded on an inclusive innovation approach.
Professor Chris Chapman, Director of Policy Scotland, takes on the 2021 presidency of the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement today.
The Scottish Government’s equity audit examines the impact of COVID-19 on children from disadvantaged backgrounds, focusing particularly on the closure of the school buildings.
Policy Scotland reflects on the challenges and achievements of 2020 and looks ahead to 2021 and the focus on recovery and rebuilding following the COVID-19 pandemic.
Policy Scotland and the University’s Centre for Sustainable Solutions have created a partnership with Glasgow City Council to run a series of Green Recovery Dialogues.
Ian Bruce from the Glasgow Council for the Voluntary Sector, outlines the value of collaboration between third sector organisations and the University of Glasgow.
New evidence on two issues of continuing relevance in the coming months: food insecurity and the challenges of learning loss amongst children from low income families.