Would bringing back selection at 11 result in higher educational attainment?

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The best-performing school systems tend to be the most inclusive, says research done by the Organisation of Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).  High-performing countries do not segregate children academically or geographically. OECD found that such selection does not result in higher performance overall but does increase the gap between advantaged and disadvantaged pupils.