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More stress, unclear gains: are selective schools really worth it?

By Melissa Tham, Research officer at the Centre for International Research on Education Systems, Victoria University
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Selective schools are known for producing some of the highest final-year academic results. But it's unclear whether students would get the same outcomes anyway, regardless of school.

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