Good schools, working class children and sport

June 2014
14-19 Learning & Skills Bulletin;6/23/2014, Issue 129, p3
The author discusses the report released by the British House of Commons select committee on Education, regarding the education of white working class children in Great Britain. Topics include the educational underperformance of white British working students, the Committee's request to British Office for Standards in Education (Ofsted) to update its guidance on best practices, and the criticisms faced by Ofsted regarding the high sporting standards set by some schools in the country.


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