Reform's latest report argues that the Government can cut school spending without compromising standards.
A report by Sir Michael Barber, former advisor to Prime Minister Tony Blair, drawing on lessons from his programme of education reform in Pakistan
Reform's conference on value for money in schools, held in partnership with Galliford Try and Microsoft.
Reform - Galliford Try transcript on capital investment in schools.
A report by Reform and The Schools Network including the biggest ever survey of academies
The brochure to Reform 's teaching summit, Raising the bar: Making England's teachers the best in the world , held in partnership with AQA, with articles from Andrew Hall, Sally Coates, Andy Buck and others.
Reform's report on teaching finds that responsibility for the quality of teachers needs to be transferred from government to schools.
The brochure from Reform's Schools for the future conference on 1 July, including contributions from Nick Gibb MP, Professor Francis O'Gorman and Ros McMullen.
Reform's pre-election briefing on education
Reform's report on 14-16 education proposes a minimum core of rigorous academic study.
Educators for Reform's response to the proposed new Use of Mathematics A-level.
Reform's paper looking at the development of A-levels recommends that universities be put in charge of the exams to restore their academic rigour.