The cost of “fair access” will be higher rates

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March 13, 2012
Adam Smith Institute
by Henry Hill  
Posted in Commentary

"Equalising university access chances between high-achievers and the rest is 'fair.' So entrenched is their opposition to selective and private education, or even the 'internal market' of parent choice, that the argument that it is schools that have failed similarly go nowhere. So we who support the continued excellence of our top-flight universities need a new argument." (03/13/12)  

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