New Right Perspectives
Most children went to secondary modern schools. These children were seen as less academic and more practical. They were given a basic education with little opportunity to take external examinations until CSEs- a lower level exam-were introduced in the 1960s.
The tripartite system was intended to provide separate but equal types of schooling geared to the particular talents of the child.
Criticisms of the tripartite system!
The 11-plus was unreliable It became increasingly clear that a young persons educational future could not be predicted by an IQ test at 11.
The selection process was unfair and wasteful Selecting pupils at 11 was unfair- it denied many the opportunity of continuing their education beyond 15.
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