Osborne in £600m drive to set up elite maths schools run by businesses and charities

By JAMES CHAPMAN, in Daily Mail 25 November 2011:

Gifted teenagers will be able to apply to new selective free schools specialising in maths as part of a £600million initiative.

The money will be made available to set up 100 more state schools run by businesses, universities and charities.

At least a dozen will be controlled  by university maths departments  and academics, Chancellor George Osborne and Michael Gove will announce next week.

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