Posts Tagged ‘education’

It’s a beautiful site doing some great investigations into education-related issues in the UK. One of which is my investigation, The Price of a University Drop-out, which uses HEFCE data and the HESES (Higher Education Students Early Statistics Survey) to look into the number of non-completing students and how much public funding a university can […]


I swear to god. One of these days, people will work out how to produce simple, derivable data. I’m working a lot at the moment on the Help Me Investigate Education site, and hoped to uncover some nice information. Instead, when going through the July released DLHE statistics (destination of leavers from higher education) from […]