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The SES gradient in educational attainment: some comparative evidence (via Ninth Level Ireland)

The third-level access debate continues.

The SES gradient in educational attainment: some comparative evidence “My recent paper on the abolition of university fees in Ireland emphasized the importance of the socio-economic gradient in educational attainment: children from better off backgrounds get more Leaving Cert points and this explains the socio-economic gradient with regard to university …” (more) [Kevin Denny, Geary Behavioural Economics Blog, 2 June] … Read More

via Ninth Level Ireland

[update: intro comment changed from fees debate to access debate, on foot of comment from Kevin Denny]

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  1. kevin denny
    June 3, 2010 at 3:01 am

    This post by me wasn’t actually about the “fees debate” which has been widely discussed elsewhere.

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