Too much too late: Life Chances and Spending on Education and Training

Despite unprecedented levels of investments, education has failed to break the link between attainment and family background.

Too Much, Too Late argues that this will not change significantly as long as the pattern of spending on education and training continues to offer a far greater public subsidy to tertiary than preschool education.

Based on strong evidence of the contribution of early education to improvements in school attainment, the report proposes a reallocation of spending in the medium term in favour of children under five.

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