OECD: One-fifth of British students leave school at 16

In Britain, 1 out of 5 students leave school at 16 years old, according to researchers at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Data show that Britain lags behind many other countries, including Slovenia, Estonia, Slovakia and the Czech Republic, which had lower dropout rates. At issue, according to officials, might be Britain's system for admissions.

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