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Does the claim of ‘1.9 million more children in good or outstanding schools’ stack up?

The Education Policy Institute has published a new paper analysing the government’s claim that “there are now

School performance in academy chains and local authorities – 2017

Academies have been a controversial element of the school system since their introduction, representing one of the

Public spending on children in England: 2000 to 2020

This report provides new estimates of total spending by the government on children in England, including benefits,

The relative labour market returns to different degrees

In this research, we use a new dataset of school, university and tax records created by the

How government can work with academia

This report sets out how government can improve the way it uses academic evidence and expertise in

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By Jon Andrews

The Education Policy Institute has published a new paper analysing the government’s claim that “there are now 1.9 million more…

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By Jon Andrews

Academies have been a controversial element of the school system since their introduction, representing one of the biggest changes in…

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By Various Authors

This report provides new estimates of total spending by the government on children in England, including benefits, education spending, services…

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By Various Authors

In this research, we use a new dataset of school, university and tax records created by the Department for Education…

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By Tom Sasse; Dr Catherine Haddon

This report sets out how government can improve the way it uses academic evidence and expertise in forming policy. Policy…

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By Various Authors

The Intergenerational Commission was convened by the Resolution Foundation to explore questions of intergenerational fairness that have risen up the…

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By Kathleen Henehan; Anna Vignoles

Since its launch in June 2016, the Intergenerational Commission has uncovered a wealth of evidence that raises questions about the…

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By John Jerrim; Toby Greany; Natalie Perera

Analysis by the Education Policy Institute (EPI) and Professors John Jerrim and Toby Greany at the UCL Institute of Education…

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By Professor Vera E Troeger

May” children, holiday babies and post-tenure pregnancies: these are some of the labels attached to women’s choices of having children…

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