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Gaining access

This report assesses the progress made by elite universities in their attempts to improve access for disadvantaged

A society of readers

Demos carried out research over the summer of 2018 to assess the potential impact of reading on

Growing up in the 2020s

The contributors examine how we can prepare children for a future different from today that we cannot

2018 annual report on education spending in England

Education spending is the second-largest element of public service spending in the UK behind health, representing about

Looked-after children – the silent crisis

Almost 50,000 vulnerable children are being cared for in areas where council services are failing them. This

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By Dr Luke Heselwood

This report assesses the progress made by elite universities in their attempts to improve access for disadvantaged full-time students. By…

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By Alan Lockey; Sacha Hilhorst; Tom Speight

Demos carried out research over the summer of 2018 to assess the potential impact of reading on several great challenges…

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By Various Authors

The contributors examine how we can prepare children for a future different from today that we cannot and should not…

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By Chris Belfield; Christine Farquharson; Luke Sibieta

Education spending is the second-largest element of public service spending in the UK behind health, representing about £90 billion in…

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By Matthew Oakley; Guy Miscampbell; Raphael Gregorian

Almost 50,000 vulnerable children are being cared for in areas where council services are failing them. This report analyses inspection…

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By Toby Young

Across British politics, there is a recognition that technical and vocational education has been badly neglected. The Government has recently…

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By Philippa Stroud; Stephen Brien

The generation currently finishing their education has great potential. However, their ability to realise their potential is being threatened. Though…

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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 Tom Richmond

In the mid-1990s there was no detectable grade inflation, with 7 per cent of students awarded a First. Over the…

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