Chief executives least likely to be privately educated

By Hiba Mahamadi | 24 June 2019

Council chief executives are among the least likely to have been privately educated compared to those working in government, media and sport, a new report has found.

Analysis by social mobility charity, Sutton Trust, found that just 9% of local government chief executives attended independent schools and only 5% went to Oxbridge.

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