Grammar schools and poverty: Check your area



Fewer than half of grammar schools make deliberate efforts to admit children from very low income backgrounds, the BBC has found.
Once widespread, grammar schools are now confined to just 36 of England's 152 local authorities, but Prime Minister Theresa May plans to change and expand the system.
New selective schools would have to show they were "genuinely reaching out across society" and taking children from a range of backgrounds, Mrs May said.
BBC research found that in their admission policies only 73 out of the 163 existing grammar schools in England gave priority to children... read more

 
18 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 42
Source: BBC
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