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The demand for evidence of impact

A few years ago it became very clear that there was an increasing pressure to demonstrate that educational products and services have an impact in the classroom.

This desire for proof of impact – or efficacy, as it is sometimes known – has come from schools and ministries of education around the world looking to make the most of limited education budgets. Understandably, they want to ensure that the resources they purchase for their schools will make a real difference to educational outcomes.

Read our blog on the Oxford Education Blog site to find out how we are responding to this demand and evaluating the impact of our educational products and services around the world.

Latest articles

ELTOC Conference 2021 – Student Wellbeing: An analysis of the evidence

ELTOC Conference 2021 – Student Wellbeing: An analysis of the evidence

Understanding the links between wellbeing and academic attainment, as well as other educational outcomes Read more

The impact of promoting student wellbeing on student academic and non-academic outcomes: An analysis of the evidence

The impact of promoting student wellbeing on student academic and non-academic outcomes: An analysis of the evidence

Read about our impact study undertaken to better understand any potential links between wellbeing and academic attainment as well as other educational outcomes. Read more

Now is the time to consider the impact of teaching and learning resources

Now is the time to consider the impact of teaching and learning resources

Read our article in the Education Today magazine written by Penelope Woolf, Director of Impact at Oxford University Press (OUP) Read more

Evidence of impact – what is it?

Evidence of impact – what is it?

Evidence of impact is being mentioned increasingly by educators around the world, but what is all the fuss about? Let’s start with the obvious question, what is it? Read more

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