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New poll finds teachers think school closures will contribute to a widening of the word gap

New poll finds teachers think school closures will contribute to a widening of the word gap

08 July 2020

We collaborated with the Educational Research Forum to poll teachers and find out what impact they think remote learning will have on children’s vocabulary development.

Update from Nigel Portwood: June 2020

Update from Nigel Portwood: June 2020

25 June 2020

OUP's CEO updates on how we are continuing to support education and research, and the role of publishers in tackling global issues.

500 Words: Black Lives Matter

500 Words: Black Lives Matter

24 June 2020

OUP is delighted to support the new 500 Words competition which builds on the international conversation around Black Lives Matter.

OUP title wins Wolfson History Prize 2020

OUP title wins Wolfson History Prize 2020

23 June 2020

For the second year in a row, an OUP title has been awarded the Wolfson Prize for History, with Professor David Abulafia receiving the £40,000 grand prize for The Boundless Sea.

OUP enters partnership with LGBTQ+  rights charity Stonewall

OUP enters partnership with LGBTQ+ rights charity Stonewall

19 June 2020

We are pleased to announce a new strategic partnership with Stonewall—Europe’s largest LGBTQ+ rights charity.