In this seminar Professor Daniel Muijs, Head of Research at OfSTED, spoke about encouraging the development of evidence-informed approaches across the education sector.

In an increasingly complex public service landscape, in which the demands on educators are increasing, while simultaneously the context they are working in becomes more complex, it is ever more essential that we use evidence-informed approaches that are best suited to addressing these challenges.

In this seminar we looked at how we can encourage the development of evidence-informed approaches across the sector, with particular attention to what can be done at the system level to address the challenge that demands on educators are increasing while the context in which they are working is becoming more complex.

Organised by the Robert Owen Centre for Educational Change and What Works Scotland.

Held in September 2018 at University of Glasgow


An evidence-informed system – an evidence-informed inspectorate – presentation by Daniel Muijs (PDF)