National Schools Research Programme ‘Addressing Extremism in the Classroom’
SINCE 9/11 has commissioned the number 1 ranked University College London's Institute of Education to conduct research into and write a report on the role of schools in responding to extremism. The purpose of the research is to improve understanding of how schools in England are engaging with Fundamental British Values (FBVs), what challenges they face and what further resources they require in this context.
The research is being conducted by an experienced team of researchers based at the UCL's Institute of Education. Subject to the impact of ongoing restrictions relating to the Covid pandemic, the findings of the research are expected to be published by early Autumn of 2021 - ahead of the twentieth anniversary of 9/11.