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The coastal question: Ofsted and the new frontiers in education research

New data reveals that whilst 90% of Secondary schools serving areas classified as “ethnicity central” are graded good or outstanding, this figure is as low as 58% in areas classified as “hard pressed living” and “constrained city dwellers”. It’s not news that our state education system produces different results in different parts of the country. …

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The secret life of the “gap flipper”

In today’s TES, I highlighted the strange phenomenon of England’s 102 mainstream secondaries with a ‘reverse gap”, i.e. disadvantaged pupils outperform their peers. Here I present a more detailed analysis which paints a vivid picture of our polarised education system…. Reverse Gaps: What can we learn from Englands 102 gap flipping schools? | Create Infographics …

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