Class, Education and Mindset
In this think piece, I discuss the implications of class in relation to mindset and educational opportunities. I wish to illustrate how attitudes – particularly those influenced by social positionality – can be a significant contributor to education, employment, and social status. This interest stems from my previous research in educational disaffection and student marginalisation.
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