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What are the ways in which marketisation and privatisation have impacted on educational achievement??
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Marketisation has impacted educational achievement because all education institutions now have to publish league tables which created competition amongst schools, this puts students at risk because schools are more bothered about funding from the government than the students educational achievement. Also, the educational triage has risen from marketisation, this is where students are put into three groups; likely to pass, unlikely to pass and those that need a little help to pass. This is labelling students which may lead to a self fulfilling prophecy which decreases students educational achievement, furthermore teachers are likely to treat those labelled as 'likely to pass' better than those who are labelled as 'unlikely to pass'.

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Marketisation has impacted educational achievement because all education institutions now have to publish league tables which created competition amongst schools, this puts students at risk because schools are more bothered about funding from the government than the students educational achievement. Also, the educational triage has risen from marketisation, this is where students are put into three groups; likely to pass, unlikely to pass and those that need a little help to pass. This is labelling students which may lead to a self fulfilling prophecy which decreases students educational achievement, furthermore teachers are likely to treat those labelled as 'likely to pass' better than those who are labelled as 'unlikely to pass'.

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Thank you so much but how do I make privatisation fit in though
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hi everyone do you reckon government policy is actually going to come up? <3
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hi everyone do you reckon government policy is actually going to come up? <3
It might come because it came on the 2017 paper 😭
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I thought in 2017 it was the social class question
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It might come because it came on the 2017 paper 😭
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I thought in 2017 it was the social class question
One of the ten markers it was about government policy( parental choice)
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Hopefully it doesn't come up and it would be something ethnicity, class or gender
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One of the ten markers it was about government policy( parental choice)
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Hopefully it doesn't come up and it would be something ethnicity, class or gender
Class came on the As last week so idk
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Loads are saying government policy but I have no idea how you evaluate and structure it
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Class came on the As last week so idk
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Loads are saying government policy but I have no idea how you evaluate and structure it
Yeah I heard people saying marketisation lol but no one knows
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