Help Me Investigate

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I contributed and edited the Education section of the Help Me Investigate community investigation website which is ran by online journalist, author and lecturer Paul Bradshaw.

During this time I produced infographics and used data from official publications for graphs and interactive maps.

These articles covered a range of education issues from the numbers of school places to how long children spend in schools each year.

The following articles were produced for Help Me Investigate Education: 

Half of new free schools will be created in London

INFOGRAPHIC: Boys vs Girls absence figures for persistent offenders at special schools

Imperial College London pulls auction of unpaid internship following student opposition

MAPPED: Department for Education spent more than £1m on hotels last year

Department for Education faces scrutiny after responding late to one in five FOI requests

MAPPED: How many hours do children spend at school around the world?

Factcheck: Schoolchildren ‘left behind’ by shorter school days?

12,000 children miss out on chosen secondary school

Mapped: how many children got their chosen school in London

INFOGRAPHIC: Secondary school applications and offers 2013

Academies and the Freedom of Information Act