The wealth gap is getting bigger in Denmark

Us and them
Andersen cited the as an example where social division has promoted widespread polarization.

Rising house prices are among the driving forces behind inequality in – an imbalance that is reflected in primary and lower secondary schools.

Ten years ago, about 40 percent of schools had students from all levels of society. Today, that number has dropped to 27 percent.

Source: The Nordic Page


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