Fall in failures

18th March 2005 at 00:00
The number of schools failing or with severe problems fell by 5 per cent last term, say inspectors. The Office for Standards in Education said the the number of schools in special measures dropped from 332 to 314 in the 2004 autumn term. The numbers with serious weaknesses fell from 317 to 302.

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