Growing Up in Ireland | Senior Research Officer
Amanda Quail is the Growing Up in Ireland Survey and Data Manager and is based in the ESRI.
Amanda first joined the ESRI in January 2003, where she worked as a Surveys Executive in the Survey Division before joining the Growing Up in Ireland team as a Research Fellow in April 2006. In 2017 she became the Survey and Data Manager.
Prior to her work in the ESRI she also worked as a research assistant in UCD and Australia and as a residential childcare worker for the North Eastern Health Board.
She holds a Doctorate in Childhood Studies from Queens University Belfast as well as Bachelor and Masters degrees in Social Science from University College Dublin. She has also completed a postgraduate diploma in Statistics from Trinity College Dublin.
Tel: +353 1 8632000
Direct Line: +353 1 8632024
Latest Publications: Growing Up in Ireland: The lives of 13-year-oldsGrowing Up in Ireland: Design, Instrumentation and Procedures for the Child Cohort at Wave Two (13 Years)Why Does School Social Mix Matter?The Effects of School Social Mix: Unpacking the DifferencesMultigrade Teaching and Age Composition of the Class: The Influence on Academic and Social Outcomes Among StudentsMultigrade Teaching and Age Composition of the Class: The Influence on Academic and Social Outcomes Among StudentsGrowing Up in Ireland: Design, Instrumentation and Procedures for the Infant Cohort at Wave Two (3 years)Growing Up in Ireland: Design, Instrumentation and Procedures for the Infant Cohort at Wave One (9 months)Growing Up in Ireland: Influences on 9-year-olds' Learning: Home, School and CommunitySupport from Grandparents to Families with Infants
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