This is part three in a series of blogposts exploring long-term disadvantage. Other posts in the series can be found here. Some of you might remember the 1996 TV series in which Christopher Ecclestone plays Nicky Hutchinson. As an impatient politician he argues that “Tomorrow is too late”. The Northern Powerhouse Partnership (NPP) has today issued [...]
This research explores Progress 8 scores by feeder primary school – including a resource allowing secondary schools to see their own data.
The government's gender pay gap data has revealed huge disparities in how much men and women are paid.
Is it real underperformance, or something else? The Datalab team take a look at the issue.
How the probability of getting into a grammar school in England depends on whether tutoring or coaching for the entrance test has been received.
Looking at the relationship between Key Stage 1 attainment and Key Stage 4 outcomes.
There are large gaps in what we know about the independent alternative provision sector. Can you help us fill this evidence gap?
How is it that the attainment of disadvantaged pupils in the north is nearly one grade lower per subject?
Disadvantaged pupils in the north have an average Attainment 8 score 6.5 points lower than that of disadvantaged pupils in London. Why?