'Enrons of education'

5th May 2006 at 01:00
Teachers in the UK are turning schools into "Enrons of education", a Canada-based academic warned.

Dean Fink told the conference that schools were acting like the disastrous American company because they were inflating borderline pupils' results. He also said schools in England were victims of "drive-by inspectors".

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