Schools hope university partnerships will encourage more to attend

10/9/2007 | BBC

British universities are being asked to partner with secondary schools as a way to encourage more students to pursue higher education. Economically disadvantaged British teenagers are much less likely to attend college than those in the richest fifth of the population.

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