Schools IQ test plan aims to boost chances for smarter kids from poorer backgrounds – dailytelegraph.com.au


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Schools IQ test plan aims to boost chances for smarter kids from poorer backgrounds
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SELECTIVE school applicants could face more IQ tests in a bid to stop rich parents gaming the system by relying on a $1 billion-a-year tutoring industry. Education Department boss Mark Scott said yesterday the existing system was failing smart kids ...
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