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Dr Tom Perry

Job Title
Associate Professor
Education Studies
Research Interests

Dr Perry's research and teaching are focused on the use of research and evidence to improve education policy and practice. He researches and has specialist methodological expertise relating to systematic review and evidence synthesis; quantitative methods and secondary data analysis; evaluation, improvement and enquiry; social scientific methodology; and knowledge mobilisation, exchange and use. Substantive topics of particular interest featuring in his research include structural reform, inequalities, accountability, school improvement and professional development.

Title Funder Award start Award end
ESRC 'Teaching, learning and uses of technology in UK schools: education research programme 2022' via Nottingham - Tom Perry ESRC 01 Dec 2022 30 Nov 2025
Frames for Learning (2nd stage) Education Endowment Foundation 01 Oct 2022 31 Mar 2025
Proposal to the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport by SQW-led consortium Department for Culture Media and Sport 01 Oct 2022 30 Sep 2023
Post-16 practice review (led by the Centre for Education & Youth) Education Endowment Foundation 16 Oct 2022 30 May 2023
: A survey of education researchers' perceptions of their work and identities in relation to education research in universities in the United Kingdom (BERA - state of the discipline) British Educational Research Association (BERA) 06 Dec 2021 01 Sep 2022
EHRC 2122-39 Desk-based research into engagement with the Public Sector Equality Duty by listed bodies in Wales Equality and Human Rights Commission 28 Feb 2022 27 Mar 2022