A pioneering programme to enable 400 young people a year – 1200 in total – from non-professional homes to become the next generation of lawyers is being extended thanks to a £1.2m grant to the Sutton Trust by the Legal Education Foundation.
James Turner reflects on the new phase of Pathways to Law and hopes of extending the model to other areas.
Lee Elliot Major argues for a more evidence-based approach to university access work.
Conor Ryan considers a new report suggesting that the days of many traditional universities are numbered in the face of online and mass delivery challenges.
Lee Elliot Major and Steve Higgins, professor of Education at Durham University argue that effective implementation matters once the evidence for what works has been identified.
Forty-five sixth formers will be offered an exciting opportunity to build a glider, a Green car and high-speed hovercraft at the University of Southampton.
Peter Lampl welcomes the designation of the Sutton Trust and EEF as the What Works Centre for Education.
The Sutton Trust and the Education Endowment Foundation have been designated a What Works centre today, in recognition of their pioneering approach to independent evidence-based policy making.
Peter Lampl celebrates the establishment of a new Sutton Trust advisory and development board.
Conor Ryan writes for The Independent on teacher appraisal.