Parliament and Policy: January 2015

Alex Cunningham MP (Stockton North) mentioned Sutton Trust research on careers guidance (Advancing Ambitions) in an oral question to the Rt Hon Nicky Morgan MP. Full details of the debate can be found here.

In a Backbench Business Debate, Paul Blomfield (Sheffield Central) mentioned the Sutton Trust’s report on student debt Payback Time, published with the IFS last year, which found that the typical student will now leave university with more than £44,000 in debt.

The Education Select Committee published its report on Academies and Free Schools. It includes a number of mentions of the Sutton Trust report on Academies published last year, Chain Effects.

The Public Accounts Committee published its investigation into schools oversight and intervention. The report includes a number of references to the Sutton Trust’s report from last year, Chain Effects.

The SMF think-tank published a report on school choice, which mentions Sutton Trust research report Parent Power? 

The Carter Review of Initial Teacher Training was published, which mentions the Education Endowment Foundation and the Sutton Trust-EEF Teaching and Learning Toolkit.

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