Gender pay and career progression gap widens with experience in the teaching sector in Wales

Recent analysis from ADR Wales’ researchers used administrative data to estimate career progression and pay differences among female and male teachers and school leaders in Wales. Using anonymised administrative data…

Early and multiple GCSE entry: Patterns over time and grade improvement

Dr Jennifer May Hampton, a researcher in the Wales Institute of Social and Economic Research and Data (WISERD) Education Data Lab at Cardiff University, discusses two new Data Insights concerning early and…

ADR Wales looks at school absence for children living in homeless households

ADR Wales has released its latest publication analysing the effect that living in a homeless household has on school attendance. ADR Wales Housing and Homelessness researchers, Dr Ian Thomas and Dr Peter Mackie, compared patterns…

Patterns of school non-attendance over the educational lifecourse

Dr Ian Thomas is a Research Associate at ADR Wales, specialising in inequalities and in particular homelessness. In his blog, Ian discusses a recent Data Insight about his research on absence from school…

Education outcomes of children living in homeless households

Latest research undertaken by ADR Wales explores the education outcomes of children and young people living in homeless households. The research led by ADR Wales Housing and Homelessness Academics Dr Ian Thomas and Dr Peter Mackie linked statutory homelessness data…
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