Volunteer needed

The RISE information Centre provides easy access to a wealth of data on state education. The information is arranged into 12 topics, each with an explanatory commentary, and is available through links to original sources such as Parliamentary Answers, statistical first releases, key reports and DfE news. The aim of the RISE Information Centre is to cut the time you spend trawling through dozens of websites.

Volunteers produce the RISE Information Centre and we are looking for more volunteers to help. If you are interested in education data gathering and have some spare time to work from home, please email Margaret Tulloch RISE trustee for more information.

Welcome to RISE

Research and Information on State Education (RISE) is an independent charity which produces and publicises research and information about state education.

RISE Reports

These cover many issues such as class size, school reports, home-school agreements, parental involvement in OfSTED inspections, school complaints procedures, the setting up of new schools, school admissions, parent governor representatives and UK comparisons.
RISE has commissioned two types of reports:

  • RISE research projects, many focused on schools and the involvement of parents and governors
  • RISE Reviews, short accessible briefings by experts about issues in education

RISE’s On-line Information Centre

A wide range of links to on-line data, official reports and press releases and Parliamentary Answers on education.

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There are a number of ways in which you can help.

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