Mon 25 February 2008, The Independent

Students from poorer backgrounds 'catch up' at university

By Richard Garner
Students with lower A-level grades from some of the country's poorest performing schools do just as well as high flyers from the independent or selective sector in their degrees, according to ground-breaking new research.
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