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Use "non-selective" in a sentence
"Rather than paralleling our students' performance to children from all across Chicago, let's examine how Urban Prep students stack up against their peers: other African-American males in non-selective public high schools."
"Across our network of three schools, students are African-American males and admitted via a non-selective lottery; on average, about 85 percent qualify for free or reduced-price lunch, 15 percent have special needs, and over 85 percent enter high school reading below grade level."
"Many of these can be linked to the growing differences in resources, quality and status between the various categories of institution: private and public, research and non-research, selective and non-selective."