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After a sustained period in abeyance, public discussion about the role of selective education in Britain has emerged strongly again over the past few months.This issue of Research in Public Policy features three articles by leading researchers on the impact of grammar schools and selective education more broadly.
We also feature a study of maternal employment and overweight children by Stephanie von Hinke Kessler Scholder, for which she was recently awarded the International Health Economics Association prize for the best student paper in health economics.
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