Support for development of Longitudinal Education Outcomes (LEO) data
21 August 2023
The Department for Education’s Longitudinal Education Outcomes (LEO) dataset provides transformational insights about pathways within and beyond education in England. This grant will enable Dr Claire Crawford and a small team of researchers to work in partnership with the LEO Programme team in the Department for Education to help develop the LEO external access offer.
Department for Education: Data Access and Engagement Programme
28 June 2023
This ADR England project is funding the Department for Education (DfE) to make it easier and faster for accredited researchers to gain access to the data they need. The DfE will share more data through the ONS Secure Research Service using the legal gateway provided by the Digital Economy Act. The programme will also enable the DfE to engage with research bodies and academia around data opportunities and policy needs seeking to maximise the value of linked education data.
Administrative Data | Agricultural Research Collection: Enhancing the prosperity and wellbeing of farm households
27 June 2023
ADR UK is working in partnership with a group of academic and government bodies to link de-identified data from across the UK to create the first UK-wide dataset focused on agriculture.
Wage and employment dynamics in Britain
17 May 2023
This data linkage project is bringing together data about employee earnings, UK businesses, and 2011 Census data to provide important new insights into the dynamics of earnings and employment in the UK.
Data First: Harnessing the potential of linked administrative data for the justice system
1 May 2023
Data First is an ambitious data-linking programme led by MoJ that aims to harness the potential of the wealth of data by linking administrative datasets from across the justice system and beyond.
Dynamics in private pension saving
13 February 2023
This project, led by the Institute for Fiscal Studies, will produce two new linked datasets on private pension saving that are high quality and accessible for approved research. The dataset will provide a comprehensive picture of how much money people in the UK are putting into personal pensions set against their employment type and total earnings. It will include employees as well as the self-employed, people working for their own companies and those not working.