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How race, sex and class combine to affect school results

By Steve Strand, Professor of Education, University of Oxford
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When it comes to education, we cannot think about race, sex and class in isolation. When I was commissioned by the UK government to investigate how these issues affect academic achievement, I discovered how they all matter – and in combination. I believe that an analysis that focuses on any one of these in isolation will inevitably miss important aspects of inequality.

I was tasked with analysing inequalities in educational…

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