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Students from fee-charging schools are more likely to progress to high points college courses

Students from fee-charging schools are significantly more likely to progress to high points colle...

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09.43 7 Jan 2022


Students from fee-charging schools are more likely to progress to high points college courses


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09.43 7 Jan 2022


Students from fee-charging schools are significantly more likely to progress to high points college courses, according to data compiled by The Irish Times. In reaction to this data, we spoke to Dr. Katriona O’SullivanLecturer in psychology at Maynooth University.

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