Face the hard facts of life, Professor

28th March 2003 at 00:00
WHich time warp does Professor Ball inhabit?

Of course setting leads to "greater inequalities between children". That's life, Professor!

Setting allows more able children and those prepared to put effort into their work to progress uninhibited by classroom disruption, and at a pace commensurate with their ability.

What's wrong with that?

Ron Gellert-Binnie 5 Landor Road Warwick

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