29th Mar 2017
Experts agree school funding is falling per-pupil
The Institute for Fiscal Studies, National Audit Office, Education Policy Institute and Public Accounts Committee all agree that real per-pupil spending in schools will be reduced in the next few years.
25th Aug 2017
How many non-EU students are staying in the UK illegally?
The vast majority of students here on a visa seem to be returning home, according to new data from the Home Office.
12th Jul 2017
£100 billion: the cost of writing off student debt?
825,000 more English school places since 2010
Ofsted hasn’t inspected 300 schools for a decade or more
Black and ethnic minority students at the University of Oxford
Higher education: a white, middle-class affair?
Where do UK applicants to Oxford University come from?
Sure Start, school building and tuition fees: the Conservative and Coalition record
Student ‘debts’ aren’t really debts
Are more children being taken from their families?
Free school meals and Universal Credit
Tuition fees and access to higher education
6% of young first-time students drop out of university after their first year
About 17% of students are forecast to fully pay back their loans
Spending for adult skills fell by 40% between 2010 and 2015
Exam stress for school children
Nearly 2 million more children are in good or outstanding schools since 2010