People looking for education jobs
may be intrigued by a new report regarding class divisions in the school system.
Dr Mary Bousted, head of the Association of Teachers and Lecturers, observed that schools in the UK are divided along class lines.
And she added that this scenario will become exaggerated due to rising child poverty.
"We have schools for the elite, schools for the middle class and schools for the working class," she explained to people seeking teaching jobs
"Too few schools have mixed intakes where children can learn those intangible life skills of aspiration, effort and persistence from one another."
Dr Bousted added that is it deeply unfair of ministers to blame teaching staff for the underachievement of the poor.
Earlier this year, the government confirmed that it will miss its long-term target of reducing child poverty.
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