Coverage of the report on access to high-performing schools featured online in BBC News ; The Daily Mail and The Independent on Sunday.
"Scrap school admissions policies based on postcode – they entrench inequality"
Why are pupils from disadvantaged families more often found studying in poorly performing schools?Simon Burgess, Ellen Greaves, Anna Vignoles
Social contagion in givingSarah Smith
Just a nudge in the darkMichael Sanders
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