Schools a 'lottery' -Woodhead

6th February 1998 at 00:00
State education is still a lottery, says chief inspector Chris Woodhead in his fourth annual report. While the quality of lessons is better than last year and teachers apparently show fewer signs of defensiveness or complacency, the sort of education a child can expect still depends too much on where they happen to live.

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