England's Catholic grammar schools asked to stop academic selection

05/27/2011 | BBC

England's Catholic Principals Association is asking the country's grammar schools to stop the process of academic selection. The association states that such schools should not use their own exams to "pick and choose" which students to enroll. Instead, the group is asking schools to adopt a more inclusive approach to student enrollment.

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