Grammar Schools In England: A New Analysis Of Social Segregation And Academic Outcomes

This study by Durham University suggests that Grammar schools perform no better than non-selective state schools, once their pupils' higher ability and wealth is taken into account.

Once the pupil intake of grammar schools is taken into account based on factors such as chronic poverty, ethnicity, home language, special educational needs, and age in the year group, the Durham University analysis shows that grammar schools are no more or less effective than other schools.

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