“The Government’s consultation on moving to a system of post-qualification admissions seeks to address the urgent need to ‘level up the current university admissions system.’
The contributions in HEPI’s timely and excellent report Where next for university admissions? highlight a number of angles on this long-considered issue. Of particular relevance to the aim of levelling up is the piece by James Turner of the Sutton Trust which reveals research showing that it is bright low-income young people who are most likely to have their grades under-predicted”…..
Dr Ann Limb, CBE DL, Founder and Vice President Helena Kennedy Foundation
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