Guaranteed entry to college/education in Scotland for those who 'have been in care'?
I've been reading on the news about an overhaul of the admissions to Scottish Universities, so they are 'contextualised'. This means that people from disadvantaged backgrounds may not have to meet exam criteria, which is a great thing, as long as the potential entrant has the talent and the work ethic, and aren't being set up to fail.
I'm not sure of anyone here will know, but thought it was worth asking. The article on the BBC website said that people 'who have been in care' will be guaranteed entry. Are they are actually talking about care leavers, or will that apply to adopted kids too, since they have invariably been in care too?