Thu 29 May 2008, The Guardian

Top universities are being made to dumb down, says Patten

By Polly Curtis
Top universities are being pressured to lower their entry requirements because secondary schools are failing to produce enough academically brilliant pupils, according to Lord Patten, the chancellor of Oxford University.
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