Election 2019: Charity calls for free private school places for disadvantaged pupils

Joe Lepper
Thursday, November 7, 2019

Overhauling the private school system to allocate places to disadvantaged children based on academic achievement not money is among demands being made ahead of the general election by social mobility charity The Sutton Trust.

The Sutton Trust has trialled a scheme to means test fee-paying school places in Liverpool. Picture: Adobe Stock
The Sutton Trust has trialled a scheme to means test fee-paying school places in Liverpool. Picture: Adobe Stock

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