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The ‘poverty gap’ in education means that children from poorer families tend to do less well at school and beyond. It is crucial to know whether this situation can be improved by activities to… Continue Reading
There are serious inequalities in participation in post-compulsory education and training related to socio-economic status, gender, ethnicity and other characteristics. Such inequalities are… Continue Reading
A programme of City Academies was announced by the Secretary of State for Education for England in 2000. These schools would be independent of local government control, have voluntary and private… Continue Reading
Preface List of contents List of tables List of figures Abbreviations Introduction Chapter One - An international crisis for the teaching workforce? Chapter Two - Re-considering the indications of… Continue Reading
One key finding that has emerged from our study of the impact of market reforms on the school systems in England and Wales is that there has been overall decline in the social stratification of… Continue Reading