Edited by W. J. Morgan, Qing Gu and Fengliang Li
The chapter provides a critical account of the constantly evolving concept of ‘educational inequality’, together with its impact on the provision and outcomes of education. It concludes that educational policies and measures alone cannot eliminate educational inequality, and calls for greater attention to be paid to equality of social resources generally.
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