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The education disadvantage gap had stopped closing even before the pandemic, posing a major setback for the government’s “levelling up” ambitions

New research published today (Wednesday 26th August) by the @EduPolicyInst (EPI) shows that the attainment gap between poorer pupils and their more affluent peers has stopped closing for the first time in a decade. 

Education Policy Institute calls for fully independent review of this year's handling of results

@EduPolicyInst calls for fully independent review of this year's handling of results   

Education Policy Institute comment on government announcement on using mock exam results to deliver a “triple lock”

Responding to the government's recent changes to the grading system this year, ahead of A level results tomorrow, David Laws, Executive Chairman of the Education Policy Institute (EPI), commented: 

Prime Minister’s policy of “levelling up” school funding benefits affluent pupils more, new research finds

New analysis from the @EduPolicyInst of the government’s latest school funding settlement finds that funding increases are set to disproportionately benefit pupils from more affluent backgrounds.

Covid-19 is causing a surge in teaching applications

New analysis from the @EduPolicyInst (EPI) highlights the continued surge in teaching applications in England, prompted by the oncoming coronavirus-induced recession.


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