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Dr Erin Early
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  • Research Assistant
  • IOE - Learning & Leadership
  • UCL Institute of Education

Erin is a Research Assistant at the Centre for Education Policy and Equalising Opportunities (CEPEO). She is involved in the MAPPS study that is conducting a systematic review and content analysis on educational maths apps (PI: Dr Laura Outhwaite).

Erin completed her PhD in Education at Queen's University Belfast (2020), where she used the first linked administrative data for education in Northern Ireland to examine educational attainment inequalities according to pupils' socio-demographic profile (with a particular focus on SES) and school factors. 

Before joining UCL, Erin was a Research Assistant at Queen's University Belfast and has been involved in several studies, including a recent report into men's health in Ireland and their associated inequalities. She also completed a public engagement role at Queen's University Belfast which focused on disseminating her PhD findings to the Department of Education (NI), third sector organisations (such as the Greater Shankill Partnership) and the Expert Panel of Educational Underachievement, established by the NI Assembly.  

Erin is currently a member of the British Educational Research Association (BERA) Publications Committee.

Research Summary

Erin's research is centred around social inequalities and how particular social groups are disadvantaged. Her previous research examined the multidimensionality of socio-economic status and its impact on GCSE attainment outcomes in Northern Ireland. She also has an interest in research methods and has experience in quantitative methods and systematic reviews.

18-JAN-2021 Research Assistant Centre for Education Policy and Equalising Opportunities UCL Institute of Education, United Kingdom
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