Today’s poll: The proportion of disadvantaged students at Oxbridge is down but who is mostly responsible?

The proportion of disadvantaged students being accepted at Oxford and Cambridge has fallen over the past decade but who, in the main, is responsible – the universities or (as the head of the Russell Group seems to suggest) our schools for giving poor advice and creating low levels of attainment and aspiration?

 

The proportion of disadvantaged students at Oxbridge is down but who is mostly responsible?

 

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Comments

  1. lennyvalentino

    SchoolsImprove There are so many other factors involved here. Austerity, tuition fees, 6th form entry criteria, removal of EMA.

  2. NEONHE

    SchoolsImprove Surely this is a shared agenda and both higher education and schools have their role to play? #wideningaccess

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