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The Centre for Education Economics (CfEE) funds its public interest research, publications, and events programme through a combination of sponsorship, subscriptions, and paid-for services. 

Our basic subscriptions are outlined below.

Details of our Executive membership, including full access to our policy forum, may be found here.

CfEE general membership subscription (annual)

General CfEE membership is available to supporters of our work for £450 (inclusive of VAT).

This package includes:

  • subscription to our monthly Research Digest;
  • print copies of all our research reports;
  • priority invitations to all our regular events (including, for example, breakfasts, working lunches, seminars, panel discussions, report launches, lectures and drinks receptions);
  • access to confidential Notes for the Record and Policy Briefings deriving from our executives' forum events (roundtables and dinners).​

Upcoming events for general members

Tuesday 7th November (6 for 6.30pm till 8.30pm, with drinks also following) – Skilling up for a future – an evening panel discussion of developments in vocational and technical education reform – chaired by James Croft, Forum Chair and Principal, Centre for Education Economics, with contributions from Professor Ewart Keep, Chair in Education, Training and Skills, Department of Education, University of Oxford; Séamus Nevin, Head of Employment and Skills Policy, Institute of Directors; Tom Richmond, Senior Policy Fellow, Policy Exchange; and Geoffrey Holden, Senior Policy Advisor at City & Guilds. Kindly sponsored by VTCT.

Wednesday 13th December (5-7pm) – CfEE Christmas drinks reception.

Additional events to follow.

(Executive membership, including full access to our policy forum, is by invitation and subscription.)

If you would like to request a copy of our membership brochure, including further details, please contact the Forum's Chair, CfEE Principal, James Croft.

Fee: £450


CfEE follower (annual) with special offer on first year sign-up

This is available for supporters of our work for £120 (inclusive of VAT).

This package includes:

  • (in the first year), delivery of a pack containing print copies of the Centre's books and research reports of the past 5 years;
  • print copies of the year's research reports;
  • complimentary subscription to our monthly Research Digest;
  • priority invitations to our Summer, Christmas, and annual Friedman Lecture drinks receptions.

Fee: £120


For details of our weekly briefing, see here