Impossible? Social Mobility And The Seemingly Unbreakable Class Ceiling For Poorer Children

This TeachFirst analysis of Ofsted data shows growing up in a poorer family has consequences throughout a child’s lifetime. The country’s lack of social mobility means new hurdles constantly appear at every stage of a child’s life, making it increasingly difficult for them to break through the so called “class-ceiling”. Leadership Briefing 11.07(127)

Create an account to read this article

£5.83+ VAT

One-off purchase

  • Purchase and Download today

Register for free

No Credit Card required

  • Register for free
  • Access to 3 free articles
  • Free TeachingTimes Report every month