The education policy debate is often occupied by contradictory views, which can be based on personal experience, anecdote, and political instinct. There is an urgent need for objective, impartial, and independent research that can influence and inform the education debate- rigorous research which is grounded in evidence.
The Education Policy Institute (EPI) seeks to fill this space.
Founded in 2016, EPI works to improve education outcomes for all children and young people, regardless of their social background. Its data-driven research and analysis sheds light on whether current policy is delivering a high quality, equitable education system and identifies issues in need of policy attention.
EPI’s research considers a range of education policy areas- from the early years through to higher education, via the school workforce, funding and accountability. It has led the way in several crucial areas in education policy, building up understanding and generating new insights in areas such as educational equity, school system reform, access to good school places, education funding, the teacher labour market, and children and young people’s wellbeing.
EPI’s research achieves credibility with audiences from across the political spectrum- its work is frequently mentioned in the House of Commons by Members of all parties and drawn on by Parliamentary Select Committees and All-Party Parliamentary Groups. Working with policymakers is central to ensuring EPI’s research is able to have a positive impact on the outcomes of young people.
Some of our most influential findings include:
This report from the UK think tank Education Policy Institute looks at how multi-academy trusts manage their workforce. The academy…Read more
This report from the UK think tank Education Policy Institute scrutinises the evidence on the various post-18 policy options for…Read more
This report from the UK think tank Education Policy Institute looks at estimates of the potential size of so-called “off-rolling”…Read more
This event from the UK think tank hosts Professor Kirabo Jackson from Northwestern University School of Education & Social Policy in…More Info
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