Private school head says grammar plans “tinkering around the edge”



0 Have your say A Long Eaton headteacher has said Government plans to create new grammar schools will not go far enough towards raising standards for all.
Keith Morrow, of The Elms School on Derby Road, has urged Prime Minister Theresa May to explore public-private partnerships as an alternative way to deliver choice in schooling.
His comments come after Mrs May signalled her intent to end the ban on creating grammar schools, a move which has proved controversial with education experts, politicians and the public.
Keith said: “Creating grammar schools by itself will not raise standards. It... read more

 
14 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 11
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