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Reducing Inequalities

Reducing Inequalities

Realising the talents of all

Leon Feinstein, Barbara Hearn and Zoe Renton with Caroline Abrahams and Mary MacLeod

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Reducing Inequalities offers an understanding of the complex dynamics of inherited disadvantage and inequality, with the hope that future policies and practice interventions will narrow the gap
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Paperback / softback
2007, 9.33in x 7.09in / 237mm x 180mm, 63pp
ISBN: 9781905818204

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2007, PDF, 63pp
ISBN: 9781905818884
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This book draws on new and existing research to shed light on how children's experiences, at home and in schools, explain the extent to which they succeed as children and later as adults. Analysis indicates that there remains a strong link between the socio-economic circumstances into which a child is born and their adult outcomes. Children from lower socio-economic groups, born in the year 2000, have shown signs of falling behind their more advantaged peers by the age of three. It examines the risk factors for poor outcomes and discusses the need for policy that works across family and school.