Education Is Socially Just Analysis

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Are schools in England socially just? There are many different types of schools that exist, such as private schooling, payment by result schools, comprehensive/grammar schools, public schools and others. Many of these types of schools’ policies are socially unjustified. Education gives us all access to qualification in England. However there are still some people that get more than others, how is this fair? This could because of many things such as, girls have higher educational attainment than boys, this could be because of the large number of female teachers in primary schools. Or it could also be because the education is feminised. There are also many other different inequality in education, for example the educational attainments differs according to your nationality, race, gender and disability etc. This proves that education in England is not socially just and there must be some problems that will need tackling. In this essay the justice system in education will be discussed and how the problems can be minimised to make education more socially just.
The main focus of this assignment will be how socially just private schools are and how it affects society. All the concepts of education will be
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The simplified version of this is that, the one who believes in free will. In education libertarianism is based on the development of intellectual abilities, as opposed to the attainment of professional employable skills. Hutchins (1953) has said that, “the object of an education system…. is not to produce hands for industry or to teach the young how to make a living. It is to produce responsible citizens”. This means that children should be increase their knowledge, in general, in schools rather than prepare for work. Schools are for the children’s own benefit rather than for them being a useful member of

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