Reanalysing education experiments with linked administrative data
This report from the Behavioural Insights Team presents results from new analyses of completed randomised experiments that tested educational interventions. The project team, led by Alex Sutherland, linked archived trials data from the Education Endowment Foundation to administrative data, and demonstrates the benefits of this kind of analysis.
Ministry of Justice – Department for Education linked dataset: Feasibility of evaluating early interventions for violence prevention
This project assessed the feasibility of using the MoJ-DfE linked dataset for evaluating early interventions for violence prevention. The project had two stages: 1) to assess the reliability of the data included in the linked dataset; and 2) to investigate whether the linked dataset could be used to generate matched control groups for evaluation purposes.
Children and Young People and their Data: pilot project report
This pilot project, delivered by Children in Scotland, aims to help the Scottish Centre for Administrative Data Research to explore and understand young people's views about their data to inform their future work.
The GUIE linked dataset: Key messages from stakeholders (February 2022)
This report highlights key messages from the ADR England Children & Young People Representative Panel on the potential of the GUIE linked dataset for research on children’s health, education and wellbeing.
Type 1 Diabetes at School & University: Public & Patient Workshop (August 2021)
This report details the findings of a patient and public workshop held in partnership with Diabetes UK in April 2021 with people living with type 1 diabetes. The workshop explored participants' views towards the use of personal identifiers for linking diabetes and education data for research.
The ECHILD Database: Key messages from stakeholders (August 2021)
This report highlights key messages from government and third sector stakeholders on the potential of the newly linked ECHILD Database for research that explores the health and education outcomes of children and young people in England.