Funding aims higher

28th February 2003 at 00:00
MINISTERS have put a further pound;130 million into their AimHigher programme, which encourages students from non-traditional backgrounds to go to university. It will fund partnerships between schools, colleges and universities, as well as special lessons and university visits. The existing 91 AimHigher areas will get pound;70m to continue until 2006 and 86 new areas will receive around pound;60m over the same period.

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