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In the news: State schools prepare pupils better for "new economy" jobs, ucas chief claims (8/10/2015)
The chief of Ucas has told private school heads that pupils need to be encouraged to consider more non-traditional subject options for higher education. Currently, a greater proportion of state school pupils go on to study "new economy subjects" such as biotechnology.
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