Thursday, July 03, 2014

Education inequality

 Research by the Social Market foundation has found that a pupil from a private school will have earned on average up to £200,000 by middle age.

However, the social market foundation does not suggest abolishing or even taxing these bastions of privilege.

On the contrary, they want an assisted places scheme where state money is handed over to private institutions to encourage them to take in a few token plebs.

Christine Blower drily commented in the"i" newpaper, "Social mobility will not be addressed by sending a few students from poorer backgrounds to independent schools."

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