7 Aug '14

News Free schools 'popular with non-white families'

White children make up only third of the free school primary population - less than half the national average in EnglandThe government's free schools programme has proved to be popular with non-white families, according to the first academic analysis of the policy, which also found free schools attracted brighter and slightly better-off primary-aged pupils compared with the national average. Continue reading...

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