Leadership

Why Do So Few Low And Middle-Income Children Attend A Grammar School

This new study led by John Jerrim at UCL Institute of Education suggests that private tutoring may be one reason that children from high-income families are more likely to get into grammar schools than children from low-income families. Leadership Briefing (140)

The research considers how factors such as family income, prior academic achievement, private tutoring and parental attitudes and aspirations are linked with children’s chances of attending a grammar school.

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