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Computer Tables: MORI Teachers’ Omnibus...

Computer table breakdown.


Date:
01 December 2004
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MORI Teachers’ Omnibus 2004 (Wave 3)

A MORI survey of 360 secondary school teachers reveals they are split on whether Academies are an appropriate way...


Date:
01 December 2004
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Topline Results: MORI Teachers’ Omnibus...

The topline results of the survey. 


Date:
01 December 2004
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The Missing 3000 – State Schools Under-...

A major analysis of university access by the Sutton Trust based on figures generated by the Higher Education Funding...


Date:
01 August 2004
Open Access: A Practical Way Forward – ...

This report sets out the arguments for Open Access and describes the success of the Liverpool Scheme funded for...


Date:
01 June 2004
MORI Parents’ Survey 2004

This survey by MORI was carried out between April 29th and May 4th 2004 among a nationally representative quota...


Date:
31 May 2004
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MORI Schools’ Omnibus 2004 (Wave 10)

Most young people aged 11-16 still say that they are likely to go into higher education according to a...


Date:
15 May 2004
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England’s Education – What can be...

An expert analysis by Alan Smithers of how good English schools really are.


MORI Teachers’ Omnibus 2003 (Wave 1)

A survey of almost 4,000 state school teachers conducted in Autumn 2003.


Date:
31 December 2003
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