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A new generational contract

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

Technical fault

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

Educational disadvantage: how does England compare?

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

Productivity takes leave?

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

Apprenticeship training in England – a cost-effective model for firms?

A new report by internationally renowned economist, Professor Dr Stefan Wolter (University of Bern), produced in partnership

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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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By Dr Stefan Wolter; Eva Joho

A new report by internationally renowned economist, Professor Dr Stefan Wolter (University of Bern), produced in partnership with the Education…

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By Jon Andrews; Tom Lawrence

This report by the Education Policy Institute examines the latest trends in local authority maintained school balances, and assesses whether…

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By Sara Bonetti

The Education Policy Institute has published a comprehensive analysis of the early years workforce in England. The analysis studies the…

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By John Blake

High-quality textbooks and teaching methods are needed to ensure children from all backgrounds receive the rigorous education they deserve. According…

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By Jo Hutchinson

Recent GCSE results have shown that on average, pupils with English as an Additional Language (EAL) outperformed children whose first…

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