Inspectors unimpressed

10th October 2003 at 01:00
Schools and colleges are failing to work together effectively on 14-19 education, the Office for Standards in Education said this week. Inspectors found an "absence of an integrated strategy for 14-19 education" in Oxfordshire. In Shropshire the inspectors said there had been "little progress in developing a shared vision for 14-19 education" and Bromley lacked a "coherent plan, supported by robust data" and provided insufficient curriculum choice.

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