Social solidairty: A feeling of unity and belonging
Specialised skills: The skills needed for performing specific jobs and roles in the future
Secondary socialisation: Learning the universal norms and values which are needed in the wider society
Role allocation: Sifting and sorting people into their correct roles based on their abilities and talents (Exams)
Does education really create social solidarity or does it divide people?
Is education really meritocratic?
They are too deterministic and assume that people have little free will to choose their own futures