The reproduction of class inequality in education

The reproduction of class inequality in education may be defined as the process whereby middle class children succeed in education and go on to get well-paid middle class jobs, and vice versa for working class children. As a result class inequality is carried on across the generations.

This video explores the role of social and cultural in the process of the reproduction of class inequality.

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