Link Between Secondary School Characteristics And University Participation And Outcomes

This report by the Institute for Fiscal Studies recommends that comprehensive school pupils should be allowed into universities on the back of lower GCSE and A-level grades than students from grammars and fee-paying private schools, after concluding that students from comprehensives with equivalent GCSE and A-level grades outperformed their more expensively educated peers at university. Leadership Briefing Issue 8.11 (95)

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