The Government should introduce a match funding scheme to increase private donations to UK universities, according to a report published today by the Council for Advancement and Support for Education (CASE), and sponsored by the Sutton Trust.
The number of students from poorer backgrounds admitted to the UK's leading universities has increased significantly over the last five years, according to the Sutton Trust's further analysis of university admissions statistics.
Nearly two out of three secondary school teachers in England and Wales support the Tomlinson Review of the school curriculum for 14-19 year olds, according to a MORI survey commissioned by the Sutton Trust and published today.
Sir Peter Lampl wrote for The Times on new university access benchmarks.
The row about the increase in the benchmarks for state school students attending our leading universities is hiding the truth about the rapid growth of state school students with high qualifications attending them, according to a new report by the Sutton Trust.
In a major Fabian lecture on education sponsored by the Sutton Trust, on the eve of the publication of the government's five year plan, Tony Blair set out the principles behind the next stage of education reform.
Half the parents in the country would be likely to send their children to private schools if they could afford to do so according to a MORI survey commissioned by the Sutton Trust, and published today.
Most young people - in fact 70% - aged 11-16 still say that they are likely to go into higher education according to a poll of more than 2000 state school students carried out by MORI commissioned by the Sutton Trust.