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April 27th

April 19th

Out of school activities improve children’s educational attainment

Participating in organised sports and joining after school clubs can help to improve primary school children’s academic performance and social skills, new research shows.

Funded by the Nuffield Foundation, researchers from NatCen Social Research, Newcastle University and ASK Research analysed information on more than 6,400 English children born in 2000-01 who are being followed by the Millennium Cohort Study.

Household wealth data and public policy

An event funded by the Nuffield Foundation today shed light on how wealth is concentrated among a small number of households, and is much more concentrated than incomes.

April 15th

School spending focused more on poorest schools over past 20 years; even more radical reforms over next decade

School spending in England has become increasingly targeted at schools with pupils from poorer backgrounds over the past 20 years. As a result, spending per pupil in 2013–14 amongst the 20% of secondary schools with the poorest pupils was £1,800 more than spending per pupil in the richest 20% (£7,400 compared with £5,600).

April 13th

What and where you study matter for graduate earnings – but so does parents’ income

Graduates from richer family backgrounds earn significantly more after graduation than their poorer counterparts, even after completing the same degrees from the same universities. This is one of many findings in new research funded by the Foundation and published today by the IFS. The research looks at the link between earnings and students’ background, degree subject and university attended.

April 5th

Team from Lancaster University and the Alliance for Useful Evidence to establish scope and delivery of a new family justice observatory

The Nuffield Foundation has appointed a team from Lancaster University and the Alliance for Useful Evidence to undertake a scoping study that will establish the purpose, functions, and delivery options for a family justice observatory.