Full Fact publishes education data for factchecking

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The factchecking site Full Fact has launched a new section on its website hosting key data on education.

The Full Fact Finder covers 5 areas: immigration, health, the economy, crime and the law – and education.

Data on the education section includes background on:

  • The education system
  • Early years
  • Schools
  • Further education (colleges)
  • Apprenticeships
  • Higher education (universities)
  • Results

Each section includes a helpful introduction putting the data into context.

If you find any particular parts useful, let us know.

About Paul Bradshaw

Founder of Help Me Investigate. I'm a visiting professor at City University London's School of Journalism, and run an MA in Online Journalism at Birmingham City University. I publish the Online Journalism Blog, and am the co-author of the Online Journalism Handbook and Magazine Editing (3rd edition). I have a particular interest in Freedom of Information and data journalism.
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