Faith school push will not 'help results'

Faith school push will not 'help results'
 

Plans to allow new faith schools to increase the share of pupils they take on religious grounds in England will not improve standards, a report says.
The Education Policy Institute research also finds the move is unlikely to boost social mobility.
The proposal is part of a range of measures, including opening new grammar schools, aimed at boosting the number of places in high performing schools.
The government said faith schools were some of the best and most popular.
The Department for Education's plans to allow new faith schools to recruit more than half of their pupils on religious... read more

 
2 December 2016 in Regional, Views: 64
Source: BBC
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