Grammar schools are back on the agenda in England, but they are not a go-to education policy for the 21st century.
Reintroducing selective education will not solve deep economic and social inequalities.
The history of a policy that will not die.
A new study has looked at what happend when grammar schools were made free to all children in the 1940s.
Are grammar schools a force for good in England's reformed education system?
A new grammar school has been given the go-head in Kent, despite evidence that selective education increases inequality.