Schooling, Selection and Social Mobility over the Last 50 Years

Cath Gristy discusses the impact of selection by ability in schooling systems on individual lives. It draws on narratives collected with a group of 18 people (accessed through a local U3A group) who were at school in Britain in a period from the 1940s through to the 1960s. Image courtesy of Cath Gristy.

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