Letters extra : Middle class success

17th April 2003 at 01:00

The whole point about research findings is the context they are viewed in.

So, you report that the middle-class have done better than the working-class out of the expansion of university education over the last years.nbsp; Perhaps so, but what you have failed to grasp is that new labour, which is relentlessly middle-class regards this as a policy success.

Keith Flett
Tottenham, Londonnbsp;

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