The aim of the Education Policy Institute is to raise standards in education through rigorous data analysis, research and the exchange of information and knowledge to help inform the public and hold government and decision-makers to account.

WHO WE ARE

The Education Policy Institute is an independent, impartial and evidence-based research institute that aims to promote high quality education outcomes, regardless of social background.

Education can have a transformational effect on the lives of young people. Through our research, we will provide insights, commentary and critiques about education policy in England - shedding light on what is working and where further progress needs to be made. Our research and analysis will span a young person's journey from the early years through to higher education and entry to the labour market. Because good mental health is vital to learning, we also have a dedicated mental health team which will consider the challenges, interventions and opportunities for supporting young people's wellbeing.

Our experienced and dedicated team works closely with academics, think tanks and other research foundations and charities to positively shape the policy agenda.

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Education Policy @EduPolicyInstEPI welcomes @educationgovuk announcement on relationships and sex education: https://t.co/cSDVHg8Y8f https://t.co/Gj00730M8p3 hours ago
Education Policy @EduPolicyInstRT @C_Malton: 2/2 Worth revisiting @EduPolicyInst report suggesting schools more likely to get favourable judgements if low%FSM https://t.c…6 hours ago
Education Policy @EduPolicyInst'Multi-academy trusts: seven concerns raised by MPs' - @whazell cites our report on MAT performance in @tes: https://t.co/RN62257Ulx7 hours ago
Education Policy @EduPolicyInstRT @dominguezireig: L. Dearden: "2012 reform failed to encourage fee competition or ⬇ gvt subsidy". Read more on this here: https://t.co/zb…9 hours ago
Education Policy @EduPolicyInst'Can London education continue to lead the way?'. @mrjpandrews writes for @tes, following report for @MayorofLondon: https://t.co/t3byYYOuvj9 hours ago