Social policy: education

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    • 1880 Elementary act = attending school: legal requirement
      • Basic skills. Girls = domestic competence. Boys = technical skill and trade
      • RESPECT = upmost importance
        • Punishment = the cane
    • 1944 Butler act = Tripartite system
      • 11+ exams = decided on which secondary school pupils went too
        • Grammar schools
          • "Passed"
          • Academic curriculum
            • EXAMS
            • Mainly populated my mddle class pupils
              • Working class = achieve social mobility
        • Technical
          • Pupils with an applitude for the sciences and arts
            • VERY few were built = costly££. Bipartite
        • Secondary modern
          • Non-academic curriculum
            • No formal exams
              • No social mobility
      • Advantages
        • Grammar schools give social mobility
        • Induvidualsed education
        • Keeps pupils in education
        • Free
      • Disadvantages
        • Self furfilling prophecy & labelling
          • 11 years old = too young
        • ZOMRAT
          • Cultural capital = Bourduei
          • Language codes = Bernstein
    • 1964 Comprehensive system
      • Labour
      • Abolish 11+ exams
        • Create ONE LARGER school to incorporate elements of all three schools
    • 1988 Education reform act
      • Marketisation = running schools just like a business which creates competion
        • Disadvantages
          • Creates competition
          • Pound signs not pupils = ££
            • Exploitation
            • False conciousness
          • Pressure on the children
          • Parentocracymyth = w/c don't have the chance to move to find the best school
        • Advantages
          • Increasing standards
          • National curriculum created equal tests
      • Parentocracy = new choice and control of their childs education
      • Ofsted
      • League tables
      • Same amount of funding per child
      • Testing (SATS, GCSE'S, A LEVELS)
    • 1997 New labour
      • Sure start = fe nursery places for children age  3+
      • Educational matinencence
        • Students between 16-19 receive allowance of up to £30 to reduce barrier to further education
      • Apprenticeships
      • Vocational GCSE's
      • Acadmies = schools given funding
      • Diplomas
      • Brought in 3k tutiton fees
    • 2010 conservative/lib dem coilition
      • FOCUS on new vocationalism
        • Ofsted targeting failing schools
        • Emphasis on science and math GCSE'S
      • Significn uni tuition increase (£9,000)
        • Sudent premium

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