Working together to tackle educational inequality

Education in the UK is not fair. Young people from low income communities are much less likely to succeed than their wealthier peers. This impacts negatively on a young person’s ability to achieve the health, happiness and career they aspire to. This also impacts the economy - if the UK raised the educational outcomes for poorer children, GDP would increase by £6bn a year by 2030 and by £56bn a year by 2050. 

The Fair Education Alliance is not prepared to accept the status quo and is committed to leading the fight against educational inequality.


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The Fair Education Alliance launched its Report Card in Westminster on 14th April 2016. Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector at Ofsted, Sir Michael Wilshaw, provided the keynote speech in which he praised the Alliance’s policy and practice recommendations claiming that “[they] are exactly the sort of innovative thinking that we should be exploring.”