Support for our campaign
The future of education is at stake in this General Election
Do grammar school admission policies that prioritise poor pupils really make a difference?
Chief Adjudicator reports again on admissions – other mixed picture
DfE press office forced to withdraw misleading tweet comparing grammars and comprehensives
The case against grammar schools
One Nation? That didn’t last long says Melissa Benn
Changes in admissions urgently needed
A strong call for Jeremy Corbyn to tackle Labour Party policy on admissions and selection.
The Chief Adjudicator reports – more evidence of the need of an admissions review
A comprehensive future is possible without abolishing schools
Who benefits – the new 11 plus in Bucks
‘An Unholy Mess’: a report from the Fair Admissions Campaign
Comprehensive Future writes today to Jeremy Corbyn and Lucy Powell
Fair admissions – what is needed now
Selection at 11 – an election issue?
Many schools ignoring the Code says the Chief Adjudicator
Ending selection – more evidence piles up
It’s selection – stupid!
More grammars? The evidence is against.
Parents’ choice or schools’ choice? Time for a review of school admissions
Fairer school admissions – our manifesto for 2015
Office of the Children’s Commissioner: “It might be best if you looked elsewhere”
Sutton Trust research finds small number of schools banding or balloting.
Fair admissions and faith schools
Sutton Trust, admissions and selection
Fairness in Education
A difficult decision for Michael Gove?
Faith schools and fair admissions
Objecting to schools’ admission arrangements
How parents exercise choice – what the Cabinet Office found.
Briefing on the School Admissions Code November 2011
The proposed abolition of admission forums – the full response to our questionnaire
Survey on Admissions Forums – summary of findings
Ending Rejection at 11
Why we need fair admissions