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THE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM

who thought it worth while to go to evening classes after their day's work was done.(1) Here is a wealth of material which is largely lost, both for fuller individual lives and for social well-being.
This is confirmed by the Barlow Report, 1946(2): "If university education were open to all on the basis of measured intelligence alone, about 80 per cent would be expected to come from those children who started their education in the public elementary school and only 20 per cent from those whose education had been in independent schools. In fact, at the present time ... elementary school pupils are only half those to be expected, and those from independent schools about three times as many as expected." The Report concluded "that only about one in five of the boys and girls who have intelligence equal to that of the best half of the university students actually reach the universities."

IV
Among the forces which determine social behaviour a country's educational system is clearly one of the most powerful. The way of life that is learnt in the school, the ideas that are taught there, the scale of values that is gradually picked up, the discipline that is imposed, find their expression in the adult life of the nation. Conversely, the educational system itself reflects the social ideas of those who rule the society. Indeed, it is highly necessary for their continued dominance that it should. Moreover, it is naturally from the resources made available by the educational system that the directors of the country's affairs must be recruited.

1 See, for instance, The Leisure of the Aduk Student, a statistical investigation, 1937.
2 On Scientific Manpower, Cmd. 6824.

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