This paper examines whether the so-called ‘London effect’, in which London’s schools improved rapidly and outperformed the rest of England on key performance measures between 2003 and 2013, has persisted through the high levels of change that have continued to characterise the school system in England since 2013.
The paper explores the transformational shift in educational outcomes in London between 2003 and 2013. London’s schools have improved rapidly over the past decade, with primary and secondary schools now out-performing the rest of the country, at Key Stages 2 and 4, respectively. Improvements in many London boroughs have been staggering.
As researchers push the boundaries of Natural Language Processing (NLP), the technology is becoming more embedded in our everyday lives. These advances will result in significant changes to the way we live. As an important facet of artificial intelligence, natural language processing is going to contribute to the proverbial invasion of robots in the workplace, so if companies are going to remain c...
Quantitative analysis is no panacea from mistakes and discrepancies. The purpose of this White Paper is to consider contemporary challenges of the Quantitative Big Data analysis activities.