Ovenden-Hope, Tanya (2022) Foreword. In: Teaching and Learning to Unlock Social Mobility for Every Child Building Learning Futures - Connecting Research With Practice in Special and Inclusive Education. Taylor & Francis, UK. ISBN 9781032015415 (In Press)

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Social mobility is achieved, it is accomplished as a consequence of achievement, for example achieving good examination grades, completing high status work experience. These ‘achievements’ are not equitably accessible to all children and young people. For example, Educationally Isolated schools have limited access to resources for school improvement because of their ‘place’ and this make a difference to pupils’ opportunities to ‘achieve’ similar outcomes to peers in urban schools, particularly if they are from a persistently disadvantaged backgrounds (Ovenden-Hope and Passy, 2022). Sonia Blandford and Stefan Burkey’s intention for this book is to provide a guide to school leaders, teachers, parents, carers and community leaders on ways pedagogy and practice can be applied to improve more equitable educational achievement for children.

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