Articles from Education Policy Institute (EPI)

Growing funding gap between FE and HE means fewer opportunities and poorer health outcomes for students taking vocational qualifications - Sector Response

Further education pathways: Examining the life outcomes of students studying #vocational qualifications A new report from the Education Policy Institute (EPI), commissioned by the Health Foundation, which examines the life outcomes of students studying vocational qualifications has found that students taking vocational qualifications have fewer opportunities and poorer health outcomes. New financial settlement is needed to close the gap.

Thousands of pupils in England routinely removed from schools with no apparent explanation

EPI publishes second detailed study on unexplained pupil exits, highlighting school groups with the highest rates   Today (11 Oct), the Education Policy Institute (EPI) will publish its second detailed report on unexplained pupil exits from English schools.

‘Levelling up’ – what it really means for school funding report on Johnson's plans

Government must provide fair funding for our schools most disadvantaged children The Education Policy Institute released their report ‘Levelling up’ – what it really means for school funding today (2 Aug). 

Education disadvantage gap has stopped closing - Sector response

Major setback for social mobility Today (30 Jul), the Education Policy Institute (EPI), in partnership with the Fair Education Alliance (FEA), has published its flagship Annual Report 2019 on the state of education in England.

Government should urgently review the adequacy of 16-19 funding

Sixth form and college funding declines by 16% in real terms – double the rate of schools. A new report from the Education Policy Institute (EPI) examines the financial health of sixth forms and colleges in England, revealing the extent of the funding squeeze affecting these institutions.