Two thirds of school children worry about the cost of going to university, a new Ipsos MORI poll of 2,595 11-16 year-olds for the Sutton Trust reveals today, even though their aspirations for a higher education remain as high as ever.
Sir Peter Lampl says that a new Sutton Trust/Ipsos Mori poll highlights cost concerns among the next generation of university students.
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Sir Peter Lampl responded in The Times to threats to cut funding for disadvantaged students.
Fewer than one in five school leaders consult their local authority when deciding how to spend the pupil premium, the government grant for poorer pupils which is now worth nearly £2 billion a year nationally, a new Sutton Trust poll reveals today.
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