Hilary Cornwell reports on the final session of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on social mobility's inquiry into access to leading professions.
Sir Peter Lampl, Chairman of the Sutton Trust and of the Education Endowment Foundation, responds to the ‘Schools that work for everyone’ Green Paper.
A new generation of comprehensive educated Olympic medallists – including Laura Trott and Mo Farah – is challenging the traditional dominance of independent schools in elite sports, new Sutton Trust analysis shows today. But Team GB’s top Olympians are still four times more likely to have been privately educated than the population as a whole, particularly in sports like rowing and hockey.
30% of Theresa May’s new cabinet received a private education, the lowest proportion for a new Prime Minister's cabinet since Attlee in 1945, Sutton Trust analysis published today reveals.
The Sainsbury report on technical education, published today, recommends that students choose after their GCSEs whether to take academic or technical qualifications.
Sir Peter Lampl explores the policy implications of our latest research on academies.
The Office for Fair Access (OFFA) has launched a major programme of work that will support universities and colleges in improving how they evaluate the impact of their outreach schemes.
Sir Peter Lampl, Chairman of the Sutton Trust and of the Education Endowment Foundation responds to comments made by Sir Michael Wilshaw.
Sir Peter Lampl responds to the Higher Education Policy Institute Student Academic Experience survey
Sir Peter Lampl comments on the HEPI survey on Student Academic Experience.
Julie Randles remembers her 13 year old self when she believed in better.