Article on Conservative Home: Grammar schools are popular, but they don’t do much for social mobility

As a Conservative MP representing a constituency in which two of the remaining 163 grammar schools in the country are based, and as someone who has also served as Chair of Governors of one of those schools, you would think that my natural inclination would be to wholeheartedly welcome the prospect of lifting the ban on grammars. However, as someone who has spent my whole time in Parliament studying and reflecting on the educational challenges this country faces, I share little of the enthusiasm of some of my colleagues.

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