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The relationship between the incomes of the family a child is growing up in and the education level the child obtains, has been of great interest to researchers for a number of reasons. Firstly, this gives us a measure of educational inequality in its own right, and secondly, because the relationship between family income and education is also one of the key drivers of intergenerational income mobility across time in the UK, and gradients in life chances across a range of other domains. Thisdoi:10.14301/llcs.v1i3.95 fatcat:kl5kz4zuyzbq3jmmkxx6bi7d6m