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The Carnegie Education Evaluation Unit

The Carnegie Education Evaluation Unit

The Carnegie School of Education at Leeds Beckett University has a long and distinguished history in initial teacher education, continuing professional development and educational research. As one of the leading providers of teacher education, school improvement and evidence-informed practice is central to our mission and our dedicated Education Evaluation Unit was created to support schools, colleges and other organisations in the following areas:

  • Research design
  • Mixed-methods research (quantitative and qualitative)
  • Data collection through the use of surveys, questionnaires, focus groups and interviews with a range of stakeholders
  • Institution-wide data analysis including performance data and financial benchmarking
  • Evidence based school improvement
  • Self-evaluation and planning

Making full use of its collective knowledge, experience, skills and expertise, the Unit is ideally placed to undertake projects focused on areas such as school improvement, attainment, diversity, coaching and mentoring, and pedagogy across educational settings.  It is also ideally placed to undertake education-related responsible business consultancy and evaluation for corporate clients. 

Current Projects

  • Lloyds Banking Group school governor project evaluation
  • Youth Sport Trust evaluation of the Active in Mind Programme
  • Cambridge United Community Trust, Evaluation and Monitoring of their Mental Health Programme
  • Strategic Schools Improvement Fund evaluation with Skipton Girls
  • Strategic Schools Improvement Fund evaluation with Swaledale Alliance
  • Strategic Schools Improvement Fund Evaluation with Noctua Teaching Alliance 

The Team

Prof Rachel LofthouseProf Shirley Anne TateProf Jonathan Glazzard Prof Damien PageProf John SharpDr Tom DobsonDr Graham PartonDr Melissa HartDr Anthea RoseDr Chris Ford 

For more information, please contact Professor Damien Page, Dean of the Carnegie School of Education: Damien.page@leedsbeckett.ac.uk

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