Luke Mintz cites the Sutton Trust’s polling on private tuition in a piece for the Telegraph.

The rat race has become particularly savage this year: figures published last month by the Sutton Trust show that 27 per cent of 11 to 16-year-olds in England and Wales have received private tuition, up from 18 per cent in 2005, and rising to 34 per cent in “high-affluence” households. Parents in the capital are now paying an average £70,675 extra to buy a house inside the catchment area of a good school, according to Santander; the UK-wide average is £26,860.”

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