Padmini Iyer
Padmini Iyer
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‘Sex education should be taught, fine… but we make sure they control themselves’: teachers' beliefs and attitudes towards young people's sexual and reproductive health in a …
P Iyer, P Aggleton
Sex Education 13 (1), 40-53, 2013
Seventy years of sex education in Health Education Journal: a critical review
P Iyer, P Aggleton
Health Education Journal 74 (1), 3-15, 2015
A feminist political economy analysis of public policies related to care: A thematic review
D Chopra, A Kelbert, P Iyer
Institute of Development Studies (IDS), 2013
Barriers to HIV and sexuality education in Asia
P Iyer, D Clarke, P Aggleton
Health Education, 2014
‘Virginity is a Virtue: Prevent Early Sex’–Teacher perceptions of sex education in a Ugandan secondary school
P Iyer, P Aggleton
British Journal of Sociology of Education 35 (3), 432-448, 2014
Measuring learning quality in Ethiopia, India and Vietnam: from primary to secondary school effectiveness
P Iyer, R Moore
Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education 47 (6), 908-924, 2017
‘Due to all this fear, we’re getting less freedom’: young people’s understandings of gender and sexual violence in New Delhi, India
P Iyer
Gender and Education, 2017
Beyond the basics: Access and equity in the expansion of post-compulsory schooling in Vietnam
C Rolleston, P Iyer
International Journal of Educational Development, 2018
The Design and Development of Cross-Country Maths and English Tests in Ethiopia, India and Vietnam
OB Azubuike, R Moore, P Iyer
Technical Note 39. Oxford: Young Lives, 2017
Young Lives School Survey 2016-17: Evidence from Vietnam
P Iyer, OB Azubuike, C Rolleston
Country Report, Oxford: Young Lives, 2017
The Design and Development of Transferable Skills Tests in India and Vietnam
P Iyer, OB Azubuike
Young Lives, 2017
The Design of the 2016-17 Young Lives School Survey in Vietnam
P Iyer
Technical Note 38. Oxford: Young Lives., 2016
From rakhi to romance: negotiating ‘acceptable’ relationships in co-educational secondary schools in New Delhi, India
P Iyer
Culture, health & sexuality 20 (3), 306-320, 2018
Risk, rakhi, and romance: learning about gender and sexuality in Delhi schools
P Iyer
Submitted for Doctor of Philosophy in Education, University of Sussex, 2015
A rising tide of access: what consequences for equitable learning in Ethiopia?
P Iyer, C Rolleston, P Rose, T Woldehanna
Oxford Review of Education 46 (5), 601-618, 2020
Contact following placement in care, adoption, or special guardianship: implications for children and young people's well-being. Evidence Review.
P Iyer, J Boddy, R Hammelsbeck, S Lynch-Huggins …, 2020
Coherent for Equitable Learning? Understanding the Ethiopian Education System
P Iyer, J Rossiter
RISE Insight Note. Retrieved 20, 2019
Evaluating Large-Scale Education Reforms in Ethiopia
J Hoddinott, P Iyer, R Sabates, T Woldehanna
Understanding young people's experiences of higher education: qualitative consultation with working-class Black, South Asian and White young people in England
P Iyer, H Biggs, H Takala, 2021
Understanding young people's experiences of employment: qualitative consultation with working-class Black, South Asian and White young people in England
P Iyer, J Shields, C Elliott, V Gill, 2021
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