market and parent schoice

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  • MARKETISATION AND PARENTOCRACY
    • FUNDING FORMUAL- that gives school the same aount of funds for each pupil
    • EXAM LEAUGE TABLES- that rank each school according to exam performance
    • COMPETITION- to attract pupils
    • THE ATO C ECONOMY AND EDUCATIONAL TRIAGE
      • GILLBORN & YOUDELL explain a system in which schools concentrate on pupils they think will achieve 5 A*- C's to boost position in league table
        • leads to a widening on the class gap, refer to secondary school study
      • PUPILS
        • THOSE WHO PASS ANYWAY
        • BOARDERLINE, NEED HELP
        • HOPLESS CASSES
    • schools get better results
      • increased formula funding
      • Can cream skim more able pupils
        • School becomes more popular
          • increased formula funding
          • schools get better results
            • Can cream skim more able pupils
              • School becomes more popular
                • Can silt-shift less able pupils to less able schools
          • Can silt-shift less able pupils to less able schools
    • CREAM SKIMMING selecting higher ability pupils
    • SILT- SHIFTING off loading unsucsesfful/problem pupils
    • PARENTAL CHOICE AND ATTRACTION
      • Schools needd to spend money on making them have a 'middle class' image even if it means they don't spend money on other areas
        • This is because they wnna attract middle class children
      • GEWIRTZ
        • DISCONECTED LOCAL CHOOSERS working class choices restricted by lack of understanding and economical situations
        • SEMI SKILLED CHOOSER working class but more amitious for their chidren, lack cultural capital and have to rely on other peoples opinions of schools, often frustrated that couldn't get child in to school they wanted
        • PRIVILEGED SKILLED CHOOSERS middle classed parents who understand the system and can take advantage of it, can also economically afford better schools or move to better catchment areas

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