education- structure of education and marketisation

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  • Created on: 08-06-18 09:35
what is the comprehensive system?
introduced in 1965, 11+ exams, grammar schools were abolished and replaced with secondary schools
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what is a negatvie about marketisation?
schools might not concentrate on the actual education of students and just care about what grades they get to make the school look good
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what does ball and whitty say legitimates and reproduces inequality through?
exam league tables and the funding formula
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how does exam league tables legitimate inequality?
they say that if schoold get the lower exam results then w/c students will attend and if the school gets good results then more m/c students will go
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how does the funding formula legitimate inequality?
school gets funding depending on how popular they are, popular schools get more funds, therefore can afford to have good teachers and resources
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what does Gerwitz suggest?
she found that there were 3 types of parents who are privileged
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who are the privileged skilled chooser parents?
m/c, money to spend on children, so they have the best education
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who are the disconnected local chooser parents?
w/c, less money, funds are limited, so child goes to local school
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who are the semi skilled chooser teachers?
w/c, but are motivated and want their child to succeed well
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