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Under the direction of Greg Duncan (University of California, Irvine) and Richard J. Murnane (Harvard University), Social Inequality and Educational Disadvantage will explore the so-called middle ground between these claims and focus on the impact of neighborhoods, families, and labor markets—the environment around the school—on schooling ...

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The Role of Schools in Social Inequality. Text by: William H. Schmidt Published: 14.10.2016 The last few years have witnessed a great deal of social turmoil, with rising protest movements on the right and the left, and a pervasive sense that something has gone seriously wrong with global economic and political institutions.

www.sociologyguide.com/education/education-and-inequality.php

Education and Inequality The distribution of education both in terms of quality and quantity is highly uneven in most societies. Inequality in opportunities for education is found not only with reference to individuals and social classes but also in terms of regions and territorial regions such as urban and rural areas.

www.thoughtco.com/sociology-of-social-inequality-3026287

It can manifest in a variety of ways, like income and wealth inequality, unequal access to education and cultural resources, and differential treatment by the police and judicial system, among others. Social inequality goes hand in hand with social stratification.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Educational_inequality

Educational inequality between white students and minority students continues to perpetuate social and economic inequality. Throughout the world, there have been continuous attempts to reform education at all levels. With different causes that are deeply rooted in history, society, and culture, this inequality is difficult to eradicate.

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The association between social origin and educational attainment has typically been viewed as an indicator of the lack of openness of a society and reflects the degree to which social inequality is transmitted from one generation to the next. When there is a strong link between social origin and educational attainment, social mobility is limited.

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Sociologists point to persistent inequalities in the educational opportunities provided. The quality and type of education provided is often based on where a student lives, rather than the student ...

www.theguardian.com/.../2012/jul/25/social-inequality-schools

A documentary tracing the lives of 14 people from a range of backgrounds got Genevieve White thinking about the effect of social inequality in schools. She explores the ways teachers can raise ...

www.sciencedaily.com/terms/social_inequality.htm

Social inequality refers to relational processes in society that have the effect of limiting or harming a group's social status, social class, and social circle. Areas of social inequality include ...

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Inequality in the American Education System 07/17/2012 03:17 pm ET Updated Sep 16, 2012 The ultimate test of an educational system is whether it makes sure that every student, whatever their background, is exposed to the content they need to compete in today's society.