Thousands of children denied good education by consistently underperforming schools, says Ofsted


More than 200,000 children, mainly in disadvantaged areas, are being educated in schools that have been consistently weak when inspected over the last 13 years, a new Ofsted report shows.

Ofsted brands the findings "a failure of the highest order"
Ofsted brands the findings "a failure of the highest order"

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