Research shows continued class divide;In brief

28th May 1999 at 01:00
Research by London University's Institute of Education of two groups of adults - 11,000 born in March 1958 and 9,000 born in April 1970 - has shown that children from low skilled and poor families benefited from their education, but not as much as middle class pupils who went on to better jobs.

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