The potential of linked administrative data for understanding the relationships between children’s health and education
10 August 2021
ADR UK has today published a report highlighting key messages from government and third sector stakeholders regarding the potential of the newly linked ECHILD Database. Dr Louise Mc Grath-Lone, a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at UCL, reflects on the strengths of this research resource.
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.
Cost bersonol cyflyrau iechyd yn ystod plentyndod: Dull newydd o ddefnyddio setiau data clefyd-benodol
17 February 2021
Mae Robert French o Brifysgol Caerdydd yn trafod sut y bydd prosiect newydd sy'n galluogi cysylltu data iechyd clefyd-benodol â data addysg ar gyfer Cymru a Lloegr yn gwella'r cyfle ar gyfer ymchwil i’r cysylltiadau rhwng mesurau addysgol ac iechyd.
The personal cost of health conditions in childhood: A new approach using disease-specific datasets
17 February 2021
Robert French from Cardiff University discusses how a new project enabling linkage of disease-specific health data to education data for England and Wales will improve the scope for research on the associations between educational and health measures.