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For instance, “grammar schools” can be either state or independent, some state schools are selective, and individual students may have had experience of both sectors. For instance Megan, one of our interviewees at an Ivy League university, had been to a comprehensive school for most of her secondary education, but then moved to an independent boarding school for the “sixth-form” (the final two years of high school). 4. The United States is less dominant for UK outward credit mobility, for which complete statistics are not available outside the Erasmus data on intra-European exchange flows.
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