Social Segregation in Irish Schools

“Social segregation in schools refers to the uneven distribution across schools of children from different socio-economic backgrounds. Why should we care? One simple reason is that not all schools are as good as others so if particular groups are concentrated in ‘good schools’ (however that is measured) that has implications for inequality …” (more)

[Kevin Denny, Geary Behavioural Economics Blog, 2 June]

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