Russell Group dictates sixth form curriculum choices

February 2011
Education (14637073);2/11/2011, Issue 420, p1
The article discusses the guide "Informed Choices," by the Russell Group, which discusses university courses and the the A-level examinations that are available to post-16 youths in Great Britain.


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