Student sweeteners

10th November 1995 at 00:00
Schools and colleges vying for students in the market-place are being offered guidelines to ensure they compete on fair terms. A new voluntary code of conduct, published by the Secondary Heads Association, sets out good practice on ethical advertising and recruitment. It says incentives to attract students must be relevant to their education books and bus passes are suggested examples.

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