Sir Peter Lampl reflects on the latest OECD data showing that young people in the UK spend a higher than average time out of work or education.
Sir Peter Lampl, chair of the Education Endowment Foundation, today responded to the new OECD Education At A Glance report highlighting the high levels of young people not in education, employment and training (NEET) in the UK.
21 state school students head to prestigious American universities as a result of Sutton Trust US summer school
Twenty-one state school and college students will study at prestigious US universities, including Harvard, Yale, Columbia and Dartmouth, as a result of the Sutton Trust’s first US Summer School at Yale last year, run in partnership with US-UK Fulbright Commission.
Sir Peter Lampl, chairman of the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) and the Sutton Trust, responded today to the new Ofsted report on Access and Achievement in Education.
Lee Elliot Major blogs on ten lessons for the UK from a special Sutton Trust seminar with OECD education lead Andreas Schleicher.
Sir Peter Lampl responds to report by Alan Milburn and the Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission.
Comprehensive schools and academies must do more to stretch their highly able pupils, the Sutton Trust said today in the wake of a new Ofsted report on provision for able students which shows that 65,000 able students are failing to reach their potential each year. Sir Peter Lampl, chairman of [Read more]
James Turner asks how can non-selective state schools support their brightest students.
Conor Ryan argues in a new Centreforum report that university endowments can make a contribution to postgraduate funding.
Conor Ryan gives the background to this week’s Sutton Trust drive to encourage more schools to use ballots in their admissions policies.