Thursday 24 January 2013

GCSE results set to accelerate plan to turn secondary schools into academies

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From The Guardian

Higher government GCSE targets mean the number of secondary schools deemed to be failing has almost doubled in a year, something likely to further accelerate the already rapid transformation of schoolsinto academies.

GCSE results for more than 4,000 state and private secondary schools and colleges in England showed that in 195 schools less than 40% of pupils reached the benchmark level of at least five passes at grade C or higher, including English and maths.

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