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Letters: Why is the problem of working-class white boys not considered worth solving?

25 July 2020

9:00 AM

25 July 2020

9:00 AM

Left-behind boys

Sir: Christopher Snowdon’s perceptive and informative article (‘The lost boys’, 18 July) reflects perfectly my own experiences in trying to highlight the under-attainment of white working-class boys in higher education, particularly in chemistry, a frontline Stem subject. I was elected to the Inclusion and Diversity Committee of the Royal Society of Chemistry to investigate this matter.

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