Subject choice is vital in improving children’s life chances, researchers say

Iannelli, C. (2015) TES, 20 November 2015. [SLS]

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The Scottish government’s drive to close the attainment gap will fail to boost the life chances of deprived children because many are not choosing the right subjects, research suggests.

The University of Edinburgh researchers call for academic subjects such as English, maths, sciences and languages to be compulsory for longer and for schools to give pupils better advice about the long-term implications of their decisions...

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