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Exclusive: Black And Asian Pupils Three Times Less Likely To Have Teachers Who Look Like Them

Revealed: Tier 3 Did Bring Down Number Of Covid Patients, But Tier 1 Did Nothing

US Election Analysis

Six states, six factors that decided the US election

Georgia runoffs: how Republicans lost 140,000 votes in just 62 days

Prediction-oriented visualisation

What do you know: putting Covid-19 into context


Ofqual's ‘mutant’ A-level algorithm: a post-mortem

How did the algorithm work and why did the exam regulator end up designing a system for awarding grades that favoured private school students and was biased against top students at the poorest performing schools?

Polarisation in America

VIDEO: Biden cannot reunite America - Republicans can

Birmingham News

Birmingham’s city centre businesses worry for future as offices remain empty

Managers of businesses in Birmingham's central business district talk about lockdown, competing with online sellers and surviving while their core customers remain at home.


Are we measuring global inequality in the wrong ways?

Other side of the tracks: the racial divisions shaping the Bay Area’s housing crisis


‘If you want it to be fair you have to pay more money’ – non-college students fear unjust A Level grading

‘Ignored’ or ‘living like a king’: students’ experiences in quarantine depend on where they study

How Covid-19 disrupted England’s school system

Statistics, Basketball and Cognitive Bias

The fallacy of the Hot Hand Fallacy

For decades cognitive psychologists used the ‘hot hand fallacy’ as a perfect example of how human intuition can lead people to false beliefs. Meanwhile, the basketball community stubbornly clung onto the idea of streaky shooting. Then two economists discovered a pair of small but crucial errors in the original study that flipped the debate on its head.

Birmingham News

Taskforce launched to reduce Birmingham’s ‘shocking’ infant mortality rate

ONS data shows huge fall in West Midlands’ foreign-born population during pandemic – but is it right?

‘If we see more diverse stories, old ways of viewing things will no longer cloud judgment’

US Election Night

Tight US election after surprise Trump victory in Florida

2019 UK General Election

The £80,000 question: Why do the rich believe they are anything but?