Elitist Britain 2019
This report makes recommendations to improve social diversity, including tackling financial barriers and reviewing university admission practices.
Building a New Tomorrow: What Do Graduates Want? 2021/22
Confidence in securing a graduate role has plummeted amongst young people with a state-educated background since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, further increasing an existing gap with their privately educated peers.
Teacher Labour Market in England
Covid-19 is likely to have led to lower teacher turnover and higher retention. The number of teachers leaving the profession is likely to remain lower than previous years in 2021, further bolstering short-term teacher supply
Words of Encouragement: Reading Resilience During the Pandemic
This report found that from almost 160,000 students, while reading scores at primary school in England have declined the decrease isn’t large – the equivalent of two months’ learning loss in reading.
Where Next? What Influences the Choices School Leavers Make?
Young people need "early engagement" in careers information and advice, with one in three students not knowing that university was an option for them at primary school.
The Road Not Taken: Drivers of Course Selection
This report investigates why there are differences in education course choices – and their likely consequences.
Composite Classes, Class Size and Human Capital Accumulation
This research concludes that exposure to older peers is highly beneﬁcial to primary school pupils in terms of attainment.