The influence of private primary schooling on children’s learning

Much has been made of the academic success of children who have attended private secondary schools in Britain, but far less attention has been directed to whether there are similar benefits from attending a private primary school. Francis Green is Professor of Labour Economics and Skills Development at UCL Institute of Education.

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