Secondary School Choice And Selection

This research, commissioned for the Department for Education by Lancaster University explores how choices and admissions vary across different English cities, and for different socio-demographic groups within those cities.

The results shows that in London, a black child is less than half as likely to be admitted to a church school, which means a Catholic or Church of England school, for a remaining place there than a white child who also applies for that place.

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