How Does The Social Attainment Gap In England Compare With Countries Internationally?

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) state that the relationship between pupils’ socio-economic background and performance is a key measure of how equitably a country’s education system distributes educational opportunities. This report aims to summarise the OECD’s findings and relate them to our own understanding of the social attainment gaps in England. Leadership Briefing issue 6.11(71)

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