'Alter league tables to reduce informal exclusions' says expert

Sophie Eminson
Tuesday, November 21, 2017

An education expert has told MPs that changing the way school league tables are compiled could help reduce the number of pupils excluded because they are struggling academically.

Datalab found cases where struggling pupils were effectively excluded to help boost a school's league table placing. Picture: Adobe Stock
Datalab found cases where struggling pupils were effectively excluded to help boost a school's league table placing. Picture: Adobe Stock

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