Including some truly remarkable results
Long-term outcomes: How do they differ for pupils who go to grammar schools and pupils who go to independent schools?
Comparing the higher education, employment and earnings outcomes of the pupils who attend these two types of schools.
Long-term outcomes: How do independent school pupils’ outcomes differ from those of state school pupils?
Comparing the higher education, employment and earnings outcomes of those who attend independent schools with those who don’t.
Further analysis in response to claims that GCSE reforms have favoured pupils in independent schools.
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 [...]
Last week the TES ran a story based on some research by Tom Richmond [PDF] comparing the A-Level value added scores of independent schools and state schools. In the story, the average value added score for the 10 highest attaining independent schools was given as 0.19, and for the 10 highest attaining non-selective state schools 0.26. [...]