Lack of access to grammar schools is not confined to the poorest children, those from “just managing” families are also left out, research suggests.
“There is a strong indication that families on below average earnings are not being helped by the current grammar school system,” said the Sutton Trust.
Grammar schools in England should not expand until the government can ensure fair admissions, the charity argues.
Ministers said their plans would address these issues.
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