Fri 29 May 2009, The Guardian

Tories claim poor face learning bias

By Jessica Shepherd
Pupils from the richest neighbourhoods in England are twice as likely to go to university as those from the poorest homes, data analysed by the Conservatives shows. This proves the £2.3bn spent each year encouraging working-class children to apply to university is largely fruitless, they argue.
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