20 Jun '14

News Comprehensive schools still associated with mediocrity, says Ofsted chief

Sir Michael Wilshaw warns that many people still associate comprehensive education with 'mediocrity, laxity and failure'Many people still associate comprehensive education with "mediocrity, laxity and failure", Sir Michael Wilshaw has warned.Despite the vast majority of state comprehensive schools making "enormous strides" in recent years, the name is still tarnished, the Ofsted chief inspector has suggested. Continue reading...

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