There are a few clues, though
Exploring trends in pupil exits in light of the Timpson Review of exclusions
Exploring changes in the type of provision attended by pupils with special educational needs.
Comparing the higher education, employment and earnings outcomes of those who attend schools with sixth forms with those who don’t.
A look at how the results of free schools compare to those of other new schools
Inspection ratings for the independent alternative provision sector are some way worse than those for state alternative provision.
Is it real underperformance, or something else? The Datalab team take a look at the issue.
This is a joint blogpost from Education Datalab and The Difference. The Difference is a new training programme, creating the next generation of school leaders, upskilled in supporting pupil mental health and reducing exclusion from school. Leaders spend two years teaching in alternative provision while studying a specialist leadership course, focusing on mental health, safeguarding [...]
Answer: It isn’t. So why ask the question? Well, among the glut of statistics published by the Department for Education on Thursday was a statistical first release on the performance of multi-academy trusts (MATs) [PDF]. At the top of the second page was this curious chart. At first glance, this looks rather alarming. It seems to [...]