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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.

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Teacher Qualifications

A comprehensive study of teachers' qualifications, showing that private school students are much more likely to be taught by...


Date:
01 January 2003
Author:
Centre for Education and Employment Research
Supporting Students Applying to Higher Education

In spring 2001, the National Foundation for Educational Research (NFER) carried out a survey, commissioned jointly by The Sutton...


Date:
01 June 2002
Author:
Keith Mason, Lesley Kendall, NAHT, NFER, Wendy Keys
MORI Schools Survey 2002 Sutton Trust

Marked-up questionnaire - presents findings from the 2002 Survey of Secondary School Pupils carried out by MORI on behalf...


Date:
01 May 2002
Author:
Ipsos Mori
Topline Results: MORI Schools’ Omnibus ...

Topline results for survey.  


Date:
01 May 2002
Author:
Ipsos Mori
Educational Apartheid – A Practical Way...

No other country has a two-nation education system, where the most powerful people in society opt out of the...


Date:
01 November 2001
Author:
Sutton Trust
A Pilot of Aptitude Testing for University En...

The results of a National Foundation for Educational Research study which showed that introducing an SAT could help less...


Date:
01 February 2001
Author:
Angus S. McDonald, Chris Whetton, NFER, Paul E. Newton
Aptitude Testing for University Entrance: A L...

The authoritative National Foundation for Educational Research study on aptitude testing for university entrance.


Date:
01 February 2001
Author:
NFER
Entry to Leading Universities

An influential study, which exposed the massive under-representation of state school and working class students at our leading universities.


Date:
01 May 2000
Author:
Sutton Trust