Grammar schools will 'lower standards' and be 'socially divisive'
Theresa May's plan to approve a new wave of selective grammar schools is "socially divisive" and will lower standards for the majority of pupils, the chief inspector of schools has warned.
Ofsted chief Sir Michael Wilshaw used one of the Prime Minister's slogans while attacking her proposals, insisting new grammars would only work "for the few".
Mrs May has repeatedly insisted she wants to created a country that "works for everyone, not just the privileged few".
But Sir Michael, who will stand down in December, urged the PM to instead create specialist... read more