New insight on the origins of disadvantage in the Welsh labour market
3 November 2021
In a new Data Insight report, researchers from ADR Wales have explored how the data collected from pupils about their career plans can be combined with routinely collected administrative data to provide new insights about their different circumstances and capabilities.
Early and multiple GCSE entry: Patterns over time and grade improvement
19 April 2021
Dr Jennifer May Hampton, a researcher in the WISERD Education Data Lab at Cardiff University, discusses two new Data Insights concerning early and multiple GCSE entry: patterns over time and grade improvement.
Educational attainment disparities in Northern Ireland: The use of administrative data to understand these complexities
25 February 2021
A new Data Insight from ADR Northern Ireland, explores the influence of a pupil’s socio-demographic profile and school factors on GCSE attainment outcomes.
Patterns of school non-attendance over the educational lifecourse
10 December 2020
This blog accompanies a Data Insight from ADR Wales that uses data linkage to explore absenteeism over an 11-year period for a single birth cohort in Wales.
Addressing inequality? The Provision of Careers Guidance in Welsh Schools
22 September 2020
Rhys Davies is academic lead for the ADR Wales’ skills and employability research theme, and Co-Director of the Wales Institute of Social & Economic Research, Data & Methods (WISERD). In his blog, Rhys discusses a recent Data...