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Changing the subject: why pushing pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds to take more academic subjects may not be such a bad thing

By Blog Editor, IOE Digital, on 24 July 2016

Becky Allen
Today, Sutton Trust published our report on the 300 secondary schools who transformed their curriculum between 2010 and 2013 in response to government policy, achieving a rise in the proportion of pupils entering the EBacc from 8% to 48%. Understanding the experiences of pupils in these schools gives us a little window on
Source: Changing the subject: why pushing pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds to take more academic subjects may not be such a bad thing

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