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Is London's GCSE exam success down to migrants?

Teenagers in London get better GCSE results than their peers in the rest of the country because of the higher proportion of ethnic minority pupils in the capital, research has found.

Professor Simon Burgess of Bristol University and head teacher David Boyle give their views on why the city's pupils are doing well to BBC London's Katharine Carpenter.

  • 12 Nov 2014