Briefing: DfE research: Secondary school choice and selection

Policy product type
LGiU essential policy briefing
Published date
October 3, 2018
Author
Andrew Crompton
Issues Covered
  • Home to school transport
  • Parental choice
  • Pupil premium
  • Religious schools admissions
  • School choice of ethnic minority parents
  • Social mobility and school choice
Categories
Children's services and education, Devolution, Democracy, Scrutiny and Governance, Welfare and Equalities
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Schools Admissions Code – Update (December 2014)

Changes to the School Admissions Code – DfE consultation (September 2014)

School Admissions – report by the Children’s Commissioner (May 2014)

Home to school travel and transport guidance – DfE consultation (May 2014)

School Performance and Parental Choice of School – DfE research (March 2014)

School admissions: Revised Admissions and Appeals Codes, consultation on Regulations, Adjudicator’s Annual Report, and LGO report (November 2011)

DfE publication ‘Secondary school choice and selection’ looks at how parental choice and admissions vary across different English cities, and for different socio-demographic groups within those cities, and the relationship to social mobility and equality of access.

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