Thu 13 March 2008, The Independent

Education: Failing schools given less time to improve

By Richard Garner
More than 600 struggling state secondary schools have been given just three years to improve their performance or face the prospect of closure. The deadline for improvement for schools where less than 30 per cent get five A* to C grades at GCSE including maths and English has been brought forward by a year.
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