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How to crack the dress code - TES

17 April 2014

John Dunford quotes the Sutton Trust on research into the impact of school uniforms on academic achievement in The Times Educational Supplement.

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A Taste of Honey 50 years on - Times

15 April 2014

Carol Midgley referred to Sutton Trust social mobility research in a Times article on Salford since the 1950s.

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Top stories from around the world - Sunday Times

13 April 2014

The Sutton Trust/IFS research featured in the Sunday Times weekly big data round up.

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Intelligent reforms of student loans - Guardian Letters

12 April 2014

Letter writers to the Guardian responded to the Sutton Trust/IFS report.

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73% of today's students will still be paying off their tuition fees in their 50s - Independent

10 April 2014

Writing for the Independent, Richard Garner reports on the new Sutton Trust/IFS report on student debt.

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Is the new student loan system more progressive than its predecessor? - The Conversation

10 April 2014

Claire Crawford and Wenchao Jin, authors of the new Sutton Trust/IFS report, discuss their findings in an article for The Conversation.

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Middle earners will pay most in this student loan mess - Times

10 April 2014

Conor Ryan, Director at the Sutton Trust, discusses new research on tuition fees in this Times opinion piece.

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New student? Congratulations, you’ll be indebted until middle age - Mirror

10 April 2014

The Mirror covered the new Sutton Trust/IFS report on graduate debt.

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Students 'could be paying loans into their 50s' - BBC TV news report

10 April 2014

The new Sutton Trust/IFS report was featured in a report by Luke Walton on BBC TV News.

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Students will be paying off loans into their 50s, study warns - Telegraph

10 April 2014

The Telegraph covered the new Sutton Trust/IFS 'Payback Time?' report.

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