What can we learn from the spread of results?
There is considerable variation in performance, as measured by inspection judgments
A look at the removal of the European Computer Driving License from performance measures, and the effect on trusts’ results.
Who’s Left 2018, part two: What impact would reweighting school league tables have for multi-academy trusts?
The second part of our series looking at the pupils who leave mainstream school rolls.
Including details of a new report for FFT Aspire users.
The government's gender pay gap data has revealed huge disparities in how much men and women are paid.
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 [...]
This morning the government published multi-academy trust (MAT) league tables, building on an approach it trialled last year. At a headline level, two thirds of MATs had Progress 8 scores that were below average across the secondary schools which they run [PDF]. But what does the underlying data tell us? In this analysis we’re looking at [...]