Literacy targeted

2nd April 2010 at 01:00

Estyn, the Welsh inspectorate, is to get tough on schools with low literacy among pupils, in a revamp of its inspection system. It will focus particularly on secondary schools and on boys. Almost 30 per cent of 14- year-olds in the country fail to reach expected levels in reading and writing.

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