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Children who comes from lower socio-economic families are more likely to attain lower academic status than those children of higher socio-economic family background

Children who comes from lower socio-economic families are more likely to attain lower academic status than those children of higher socio-economic family background. The education system remains firm and socially selective; the higher the social class of the family, the higher the education of the children. This is the results of difference in the social background with difference in achievement in an academic field where the level of achievement of families of lower socio-economic status of middle class families are hugely different from the upper class. The inequality in education begins from children of disadvantaged homes and they find it