Ignore 'snobbery', schools advised

30th November 2012 at 00:00

Schools should ignore the "dreadful snobbery" that puts pressure on them to send as many pupils as possible to elite universities, according to Les Ebdon, director of the Office for Fair Access. He said the government's decision to publish information about what pupils do after leaving school risked "undue pressure" being put on students.

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