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.

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