Manchester Institute of Education blog
Catch up with news, reports of progress, profiles of our researchers and occasional polemics.
Welcome to the Manchester Institute of Education research blog
10 October 2017
The Manchester Institute of Education, formed in 2013, has forged a national and international reputation for research and professional collaboration in the fields of educational equity and disadvantage, mental health and applied psychology, and critical pedagogies, in schools, and higher education. Over 60 academic staff and 160 postgraduate research students work across four research groups. […]
Developing an educational equity toolkit – Professor Carlo Raffo
22 September 2017
The challenge It is known that poverty is associated with poor educational attainment. Technical responses to this have included performance management, data gathering, a marketplace of school choices, and more vocational options on the school curriculum. Technical responses ignore wider influences, however, such as public spending cuts and students’ own values. How can urban schools […]
The SAGE Handbook of Counselling and Psychotherapy – new book release!
20 September 2017
Staff linked to the Doctorate in Counselling Psychology programme within MIE have just completed editing the fourth edition ‘The Sage Handbook of Counselling and Psychotherapy’.