Cambridge 2030: An initiative with the aim of fighting inequality in Cambridge. We have reached out to express interest in working together on shared aims:
“The discrepancy between the highest and lowest earning neighbourhoods extends through all areas of life, affecting social mobility, educational attain- ment, employment opportunities and even life expectancy.”
Social Mobility Commission monitoring report on post-16
segregation indices, and the need for additional post-16 choice to level the academic playing field for disadvantaged students:
A report from the Education Policy Institute (2018) confirming:-
The Institute’s recommendations to tackle this growing problem mirror our vision:
A follow up report published by the EPI in March 2021 confirming that:
However, in recent years the total number of qualifications entered has dropped by a greater amount for non-disadvantaged students than it has for disadvantaged students.