Fri 20 June 2014, The Independent

Comprehensive schools the 'only way' to decent education for all, says Ofsted chief

By Richard Garner
Comprehensive schools are still associated with “mediocrity, laxity and failure” in the minds of many people, but represent the only chance of giving all pupils a decent education, chief schools inspector Sir Michael Wilshaw said today.
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