Extra-curricular inequality

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Sutton Trust (Organization)
Sutton Trust
Date of publication
1 September 2014
Research Brief
Education and Skills, Children and Young People
Social welfare
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This briefing by Sutton Trust analyses Office for National Statistics data and finds children from the most advantaged households benefit from significantly more spending on extra-curricular activities and private tutoring than their poorer peers. The brief also includes the Trust’s annual polling on private tuition and new polling on parents and enrichment activities.

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