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Mike Baker Monday, 15 August, 2005, 13:09 GMT 14:09 UK
What future for grammar schools?
The BBC's Mike Baker asks whether the government will abolish the 11-plus exam.
steve and anne redgrave Worthy degrees?
What do the following have in common: Sir Patrick Moore, Sir Paul McCartney, Sir Dennis Thatcher, the President of South Korea, George Melly and George Best?

student banner Bigger loans?
Another way out of the student funding dilemma

Education correspondent Mike Baker on university fund-raising Cashing in
What universities will do to raise money

What is the key to wider participation in universities?Wider access
The hunt for more working-class students

Coursework
When does helping them become cheating?
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