Our analysis of the education backgrounds of the Liz Truss' new Cabinet.
We look at the impact of Covid as students sit their first exams in three years.
An updated picture of social mobility in Britain to mark our 25th anniversary.
Our agenda-setting research identifies the root causes of low social mobility and promotes effective solutions through education and employment.
Since 1997 we've published over 200 reports, many of which have gone on to influence national policy.
Major new cohort study examining the long-term impact of the pandemic on educational inequality and social mobility.
Attitudes to school admissions and how we can make them fairer.
A look at how socially selective top performing secondary schools are, and how admissions could be improved.
We looked at the cultural and financial resources parents use to boost their children’s chances of educational success.
Our Mobility Manifesto sets out ten policies to put social mobility at the heart of the 2017 election campaign.
Selective Comprehensives considers whether policy changes have had an impact on social selection in comprehensive schools.
Where and why primary school intakes differ substantially in their social composition from the local neighbourhoods from which they...
This report examines the premium (the financial and other benefits) associated with pupils attending independent schools compared with those...
This report analyses examples of how some local authorities and schools use pupil banding as part of the Year...
80 top independent day schools have called on the Government to support the Sutton Trust's Open Access scheme, which...