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From my reading of dimensions of equality from Lynch and Baker, I have identified the key dimensions that feature in this article all about the equality of condition. These key dimensions are resources, respect, recognition; love, care, and solidarity; and power and learning.

I have identified four main problems in relation to equality in education that they believe need to be changed. Starting with the problem of social class, treating students with inequality because of where they may belong on the social class ladder. There is a lack of education between schools when it comes to treating students equally and teaching them how to treat each other equally within a curriculum that is designed to respect each other regardless of social class. Believe that they feel that there is room for improvement in relation to equality in education. They pay particular attention to inequality in social class. They share views on how parents have a role in their children’s education. One of the arguments identified is changing policies that don’t include the parents in education.

The topic of changing assessment and how the curriculum doesn’t cater to human intelligence occurs in the paper. Having a curriculum that caters to all types of intelligence, including musical, kinesthetic spatial, etc. They call for inclusion in relation to cultural differences not only in school but in organizations.

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The topic of control and who is in power in education between students and teachers can be seen in the article. They speak about how to promote equality of love, care, and organization, and that schools should develop the role of teachers which involves a safe space where students and teachers can go to speak about any issues they might be experiencing and encourage both students and teachers to speak about their feelings, which is really needed in society.

They speak about developing educational experiences for students by providing lessons that contribute to socio-emotional skills.

Furthermore, they believe that schools should implement changes to how they are run, a better system of building relationships between students and teachers, better practices, and the change of curriculum needed to adapt to equality regarding social class, emotional skills, and devising a curriculum that includes all types of human intelligence.

As a student in third-level education, I agree with this paper. From doing placement for the last two years, I realized that in terms of equality in education, there needs to be a lot more done to ensure students and teachers are being treated equally. One of the solutions is for teachers to participate in training in order to be able to treat students with equality and also in terms of diversity.


    1. Lynch, Kathleen, Baker, John. (2005) ‘Equality in Education: An Equality of Condition Perspective’. Theory and Research in Education, 3 (2): 131-164.

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