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EDUCATION LEAGUE TABLES


England 11-18 establishments
News Online's rankings of England's secondary schools and colleges by their 2001 exam results.

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Analysis:
BBC Education Correspondent Mike Baker.
Explanation:
What the figures and abbreviations mean.

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League Tables 2001
Schools
England 11-18
Scotland secondary
England primary
Northern Ireland and Wales no longer publish results
UK university research