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ParentKind: School Accountability This survey, now in its fifth year, gauges parental views from a large sample size of 1,500 parents (1,200 in England, 200 in Wales and 100 in Northern Ireland). The survey is independently distributed to a cross-section of parents outside of Parentkind membership. The results show there is more to do in relation to parents’ understanding of School Trusts: 91%... Continue Reading
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ParentKind: School Accountability This survey, now in its fifth year, gauges parental views from a large sample size of 1,500 parents (1,200 in England, 200 in Wales and 100 in Northern Ireland). The... Continue Reading
EPI General Election 2019 An analysis of manifesto plans for education. Read more here Continue Reading
New GCSEs ‘widen gap between rich and poor’ The new GCSE system in England is in danger of "further disadvantaging the disadvantaged", research for the social mobility charity Sutton Trust finds. Read more here Continue Reading
Pisa tests: UK rises in international school rankings The UK has made "positive" progress in international school rankings, based on tests taken by 15-year-olds in 79 countries and regions. Read more here Continue Reading
Are good readers more likely to give up on maths? Girls who do well at maths are more likely than boys to do even better at reading. Is this part of the reason for the gender gap in STEM fields?... Continue Reading
Dear Mr Johnson, Mr Corbyn and Ms Swinson… In an open letter to the three main political party leaders, the chief executive of the Confederation of School Trusts aims to "correct the many misconceptions" about academies Read Leora's... Continue Reading