Asking 50-year-olds to recall certain aspects of their childhood can produce reasonably reliable data, a new working paper shows.
Secondary school pupils' maths performance could be substantially improved if children gained a better understanding of fractions and long division in primary school, an important international research study that involved the Institute of Education has concluded.
Ethnic minority mothers' experience of racism is negatively associated with some aspects of their children's cognitive and socio-emotional development, new research suggests.
Ethnic minorities identify more closely with Britishness than their white counterparts, says the largest study of race carried out to date in the UK.
Centre for Longitudinal Studies, Institute of Education