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  • adjective Alternative spelling of nonselective.

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Examples

  • They're right: our girls graduate, go to and through college in rates that far exceed other non-selective schools.

    Deniece Fields: More Single-Gender High Schools?

  • They're right: our girls graduate, go to and through college in rates that far exceed other non-selective schools.

    Deniece Fields: More Single-Gender High Schools?

  • Many of these can be linked to the growing differences in resources, quality and status between the various categories of institution: private and public, research and non-research, selective and non-selective.

    Do we want a tiered higher education system?

  • They're right: our girls graduate, go to and through college in rates that far exceed other non-selective schools.

    Deniece Fields: More Single-Gender High Schools?

  • It has more than 50 schools, mostly in the Middle East, but wants to expand its modest operations in the UK, where it has 12 non-selective private schools.

    Former Ofsted head takes on private education provider

  • Across our network of three schools, students are African-American males and admitted via a non-selective lottery; on average, about 85 percent qualify for free or reduced-price lunch, 15 percent have special needs, and over 85 percent enter high school reading below grade level.

    Tim King: Educating Beyond Poverty

  • Rather than paralleling our students' performance to children from all across Chicago, let's examine how Urban Prep students stack up against their peers: other African-American males in non-selective public high schools.

    Tim King: Educating Beyond Poverty

  • Rather than paralleling our students' performance to children from all across Chicago, let's examine how Urban Prep students stack up against their peers: other African-American males in non-selective public high schools.

    Tim King: Educating Beyond Poverty

  • Across our network of three schools, students are African-American males and admitted via a non-selective lottery; on average, about 85 percent qualify for free or reduced-price lunch, 15 percent have special needs, and over 85 percent enter high school reading below grade level.

    Tim King: Educating Beyond Poverty

  • We're all talking about non-selective, all-ability schools.

    How do we make our schools fit to face the 21st century?

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