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- Do fathers affect children’s progression in primary school?
- Using longitudinal data to explore how fathers’ involvement affects children’s educational outcomes
- Does fathers’ childcare involvement affect children’s educational attainment at age five in England (UK)?
- What difference does ‘time with dad’ make to children’s learning?
- Join the ‘PIECE Talks’ to have your say about fathers, children’s learning and school-home relationships
Important @NatCen research out, which highlights the importance of a positive home learning environment for supporting children 👇🏽👇🏽👇🏽
Our new research report is out. The REAL programme aims to improve early literacy outcomes for children (nursery and reception years) via supporting parents with home learning. https://twitter.com/NatCen/status/1546449023107846145
Great to present the @PIECEstudy findings at @SocialPolicyUK #SPAconf2022 today - delivered by Rose Smith from @CERIC_LUBS all the way in Swansea. Great session & great I could join in virtually with the Q&A https://twitter.com/SocialPolicyUK/status/1544725658596786176
Some really thought provoking papers @SPAconf2022 today. Great to see some quantitative papers in the Family 2 session including this SEM analysis predicting the impact of mother/ father involvement on child achievement at age 5.
Join us on Thursday 14 July for a journey into father-inclusive research with Rebecca Goldman, @CulpinIryna and @_1r1na_. A great way to spend a lunchtime if you're a researcher, funder, commissioner or policymaker for family services
Very happy to see @HelenNorman23 presenting about the @PIECEstudy at this event. Helping fathers support their children’s learning is a key approach to reducing inequalities #timewithdad https://twitter.com/NatCen/status/1541367783757324289
Our inequality and education conference is live today on YouTube! Join our parallel sessions today on:
🔷COVID interruptions and long-term consequences
Early start in the US but will be dialling in to present the @PIECEstudy findings at @NatCen inequality and education conference today. Looking forward to hearing about @SvetlanaSpeight work & the other interesting papers on our panel
We're pleased to welcome @HelenNorman23 @PIECEstudy to our Inequality and Education conference next month. She will deliver a presentation on 'Could fathers’ childcare involvement help to address attainment gaps at school?'. Book your place here http://ow.ly/43FJ50J8YBK