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Reform backs Labour call for NAO Job Retention Bonus probe

Bridget Phillipson MP, Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury, has today called for the National Audit Office (NAO) to launch an inquiry into the Job Retention Bonus scheme and whether it is good value for money. 

Progress on improving access to university for the poorest is woefully inadequate

Degree classification On Thursday 16 January, the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) published student statistics for 2018/19 which covers a wide range of topics.

More than one in four local authority funded secondary schools in the red

More money, fewer problems? The case for targeted education spending Drastic variation in finances mean the Government’s plans to ‘level up’ school funding will not close the gap between struggling schools and those with healthy bank balances.

Boosting access to top universities for poor students must be a priority for PMs plan to ‘level up’

New figures published today (17 Dec) by the Department for Education show that the most advantaged pupils were five times more likely to progress to a top university than the most disadvantaged in 2017/18. This shows that minimal progress has been made over the past 8 years – the figure was six times more likely in 2009/10.

Government needs private firms and charities to deliver public services but should improve their rules for outsourcing

Government needs private firms and charities to deliver public services but should improve the rules for outsourcing, says the Reform think tank.

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