Schools white paper: Targets to improve education system ‘unlikely to be met’, sector leaders say

Fiona Simpson
Monday, March 28, 2022

Measures laid out in the schools white paper are a series of “bold pledges” that are “unlikely in practice to be met”, according to organisations supporting disadvantaged children.

More needs to be done to support disadvantaged pupils, critics say. Picture: Adobe Stock
More needs to be done to support disadvantaged pupils, critics say. Picture: Adobe Stock

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