Annual Sutton Trust/Ipsos MORI polling published today shows over a quarter of secondary school pupils in England and Wales have had private tuition, a figure that rises to 41% for pupils in London.
New polling shows a growing number of young people are interested in apprenticeships, but teachers are still unlikely to advise their pupils for one.
Founder of the Sutton Trust, Sir Peter Lampl, comments on the OECD's latest report on social mobility.
Sutton Trust responds to HEPI Student Academic Experience Survey.
Co-authored with the NFER, latest Sutton Trust research reveals free schools are failing to fulfil their original purpose of being parent-led and innovative, while analysis shows disadvantaged pupils are less likely to attend, but when they do they perform better.
EasyPeasy, a digital programme that sends game ideas and tips on child development to parents, has been found to improve important skills in the early years
Sir Peter Lampl comments on the news that the Department for Education will launch a Selective Schools Expansion Fund.
New teacher polling shows nearly half academy leaders are sceptical about academy freedoms and schools are increasingly using pupil premium to plug wider gaps.
New analysis from the Sutton Trust reveals more closures of Sure Start children's centres than originally thought, with as many as 1,000 fewer centres now than in 2009.
The latest Sutton Trust research reveals the extent to which the 2012 fee increase exacerbated a long-term decline in part-time students.