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Education in England: annual report 2019

This report from the UK think tank Education Policy Institute looks at progress in closing the disadvantage

The decline of small schools and village schools

This report from the UK think tank Onward looks at the decline of small schools and village

School choice around the world

This report from the UK think tank IEA looks at the lessons we can learn from school

Human capital

While most studies of automation have focused on the number of jobs at risk from robots, this

Leading skills – policies for strong leadership in Further Education colleges (part 2)

This report from the UK think tank Social Market Foundation argues that a shift in mindset is

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By Richard Black

A new report launched by Student Rights, a project of The Henry Jackson Society, has found that the Government and…

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By Kathryn Petrie; Nicole Gicheva

This report examines the current role vocational education plays in preparing young people for higher education, and how students can…

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By Peter Sellen; Naseef Huda

From September 2014, all pupils in reception, year 1 and year 2 in English state schools have been entitled to…

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By Various Authors

Conducted by YouGov on behalf of Centre for Social Justice Fieldwork Dates: 30th June - 3rd July 2017

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By Jon Andrews; Natalie Perera

This report by the Education Policy Institute, ‘Access to high performing schools in England’, looks at the density of high…

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By Natalie Perera; Peter Sellen

This report by the Education Policy Institute, in partnership with UCL Institute of Education (IOE), examines how well primary school…

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By Various Authors

Childhood obesity is one of the most challenging, complex and contentious problems the Government faces today. One in five children…

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By Anna Round; Russell Gunson

Discussions of how best to fund students have focussed on the balance between the potential benefits to the students themselves…

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By Jon Andrews; Rebecca Johnes

To their supporters, they are seen as a helpful disruptor to the schools system; improving competition, choice, and quality. To…

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