Quality rules

25th October 1996 at 01:00
The most convincing argument against increased selection (TES, October 11), is that since schools provide a service, the choice should remain with the consumer. The fact that neighbouring comprehensives can produce widely differing results, suggests that the quality of the school is more important than the type.

STAN LABOVITCH 138 Vale Road Windsor

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