Rosemary Bennett mentioned the Sutton Trust in her Times coverage of a new EHRC report on disadvantage.
Lee Elliot Major on more startling evidence on widening attainment gaps as children get older.
Sutton Trust research on the graduate pay premium was referenced in an article in the Sunday Telegraph.
Alison Kershaw of the Press Association reports Sutton Trust and EEF reaction to reports that the pupil premium may be narrowed in focus.
Conservative & Labour MPs quoting Sutton Trust on grammar schools, while the Education Secretary praises our work
The Sutton Trust came up several times in a debate on grammar schools in the House of Commons, after the Education Secretary made a statement to parliament on her announcement to allow a controversial expansion to a school in Kent.
Ofsted has published a survey report into how well apprenticeships meet the needs of young people, their employers and the economy.
During the second reading debate for the Education and Adoption Bill in the House of Lords, the Sutton Trust’s Chain Effects report was mentioned by Liberal Democrat peer Lord Storey, Labour Peer Lord Touhig and Conservative Schools Minister Lord Nash, in making arguments both for and against the Bill.
The Sutton Trust and the Education Endowment Foundation comment on reports that ministers are considering redistributing pupil premium funding away from high achievers in low income families.
Sir Peter Lampl on why today’s new EEF trials of character education could help improve vital social skills for disadvantaged young people.
Josie Gurney-Read mentioned our Levels of Success research in a Telegraph analysis of apprenticeships.