Children’s Neighbourhoods Scotland has published two documents on the experiences of migrant families during the COVID-19 pandemic: a report focused on insights from frontline workers in Glasgow and a review of the literature on pre-existing vulnerabilities and inequalities.
A critical review published by Children’s Neighbourhoods Scotland of how poverty and social exclusion are experienced by children and young people in rural areas of Scotland.
This paper presents the findings from a webinar with Inspectorates of Education from 8 countries, discussing the question: Do we need to redefine practices for school inspections in response to the pandemic?
Findings from Children’s Neighbourhoods Scotland about the impacts of COVID-19 on children and families and how services have collaborated across sectors to respond to their needs.
This briefing presents the views and experiences of frontline practitioners working in rural communities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The second paper from ICSEI Crisis Response in Education Network focuses on priorities for inspection as school systems resume but under a variety of operational scenarios.
Headteachers coping with COVID-19 in Colombia: The challenge and value of reaching the families of the students
The views of education leaders in Colombia on the challenges and lessons from supporting student learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Reflections on fundamental questions on the roles and purposes of public exams and how these were not taken adequately into account when deciding on alternative grading arrangements.
Briefing based on research with frontline practitioners working with refugee and migrant families in Glasgow about the impact of COVID-19.
As regular school inspections have stopped in many countries, and its not ‘business as usual’, this paper asks should we ‘inspect’ schools, and if so, for what purpose?