The School of Education, Communication & Society is split into three research groups. You can find out more about each of them using the links below.
CPPR is a multi-disciplinary research centre committed to using research to inform national and international public policy debate and to support professional practice. CPPR is organised around four major programmes of research and knowledge exchange:
- Public service restructuring
- Professional knowledge and professional development
- Professional values and ethics
- Equality and social justice
Learn more about the Centre for Public Policy Research.
Research in CRESTEM draws on a range of social science perspectives, and on quantitative and qualitative methodologies, to explore formal and informal practices of teaching, learning and engagement with STEM. There is a strong tradition of collaboration with both national and international research and user organisations.
The work is organised around three major interlinked programmes of research:
- Curriculum, pedagogy and assessment
- Aspirations, attitudes and participation
- Learning in formal and informal contexts
Learn more about the Centre for Research in Education in Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics.
The Centre for Language, Discourse & Communication is a major centre for descriptive linguistics, applied linguistics and language in education. The Centre conducts both basic and applied research on language, communication, society and education.
The Centre has particular strengths in research on the dynamics of language and literacy within globalisation and intercultural contact, and we focus on language, literacy and discourse in everyday interaction, in education, literature, and popular culture, in new & mass media, and in medical and workplace settings.
Learn more about the Centre for Language, Discourse and Communication (LDC).
In addition to its research groups the School is home to the Centre for Innovation in Teacher Education and Development, a joint institutional strategic initiative between Teachers College, Columbia University and King’s College London.
Learn more about the Centre for Innovation in Teacher Education and Development (CITED).