Grammar schools 'must genuinely reach out to poorer pupils'

Grammar schools 'must genuinely reach out to poorer pupils'

The Prime Minister also said the Government is seeking to find new ways to identify "struggling" children rather than rely on information detailing who receives free school meals.
Mrs May added the education system is "not going back to the 1950s", as she defended her proposed reforms to allow new selective schools.
She is expected to face opposition, including from Tory MPs, when she tries to get her plans through Parliament.
Speaking on The Andrew Marr Show on BBC One, Mrs May said: "We are not going back to that system of binary education. We're not going back to... read more

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