In two new reports, VIVE – The Danish Centre of Applied Social Science evaluates the Danish Primary and Lower Secondary School Reform the implementation of which started in the school year 2014/2015. The reports investigate whether implementation of the reform’s various elements is associated with better learning and wellbeing amongst primary and lower secondary school students four years after the reform. The reports also focus on how students, teachers and early childhood educators experience primary and lower secondary school today. The two reports complete the five-year evaluation carried out by VIVE – The Danish Centre of Applied Social Science on behalf of the Danish Ministry of Children and Education in the period 2015-2018.
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