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Progress Made By High-Attaining Children From Disadvantaged Backgrounds
Child poverty is a huge waste of young talent. This is the outcome of a study released by the Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission, which confirms that education is a key driver of social mobility and reducing educational inequality. This report tracks the performance of high-achieving pupils from poor backgrounds through the education system and compares their trajectories with those of their more advantaged peers.
Leadership Briefing Issue 8.12(96)