Define the concept social placement within the school context
Social placement contributes to the capitalist society's class system. Children born into a poor family have restricted access to education, resources, and opportunities. Children who are born wealthy are more likely to remain wealthy because wealth is often passed down through generations. When children start school, education can have a significant impact on their social placement. Teachers recognize bright and motivated children early on, and these pupils receive a better education and are better equipped for the future. If a youngster is regarded to be brilliant, education can take precedence over race and class, allowing for a different social location.