Are selective schools in Australia segregating students?

07/5/2010 | Sydney Morning Herald (Australia), The

Educators are worried that private and selective high schools in New South Wales, Australia, are discriminating among students by income and achievement. The schools choose students through testing and interviews with parents, excluding children who have learning difficulties, said Chris Bonnor, the former president of the Secondary Principals Council.

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