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600 schools miss top university grades

Nearly a quarter of schools and colleges in England fail to produce any pupils with the top A level grades needed to get into the country's leading universities.

Figures collated by the BBC showed that nearly 600 schools and colleges had no-one achieving the two A grades and a B in the subjects preferred by the so-called Russell Group of universities.

Luisa Baldini reports.

  • 24 Jan 2013
  • From the section UK
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