A Look at Educational Inequalities K-12

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Session Code: EDU1
Session Format: Regular
Session Language: English
Research Cluster Affiliation: Sociology Of Education
Session Categories: Regular Session

Educational inequalities are a central focus of sociological inquiry. Considering that K-12 education is mandatory in Canada, it is important to build a working knowledge of emerging and continuing forms of inequality in that sector. This session invites empirical papers on early educational and family processes that generate disparities in schooling outcomes, particularly by social class. We encourage presenters to link dynamics producing inequalities in schooling to policy options in education, and to take a frank and evidence-based approach. Tags: (In)equality, Children And Youth, Education

Organizers: Jessica Rizk, University of Waterloo, Scott Davies, OISE