In Denmark, parents’ income must determine where the pupil is allowed to go to upper secondary school. In Oslo, three different intake models are being considered.

Denmark will introduce a new model for admission to upper secondary schools. Among other things, the students will be divided into three groups according to how high their parents’ income is. – A political declaration of bankruptcy, says Mathilde Tybring-Gjedde (H).

At Elvebakken upper secondary school in Oslo, students had to have an average of 5.6 in primary school credits to get in.

There was cross-party agreement in Denmark on the new admission model for upper secondary schools this summer.

The goal is, among other things, to prevent social differences and make it easier for more students to take upper secondary education at schools outside the big cities.

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