Education and Poverty

Responses to educational inequality in Ireland are typically individualistic, addressing themselves to the individual learner rather than to the structural or social processes that give rise to inequality. This chapter reviews some of the systemic causes of educational inequality in Ireland and proposes some ways of addressing these inequalities.


Editor(s):
Cousins, Mel
Published in:
Welfare Policy and Poverty, 169-200
Year:
2007
Publisher:
Dublin, Institute for Public Administration
ISBN:
987-1-904541-63-9
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