On target in Highland;In brief

10th September 1999 at 01:00
IN THE first report of its kind Highland has produced a Standards and Quality report emulating that of HMI. Schools have set targets above the national average and are doing better than Scotland as a whole. The 5-14 data reveals that pupils are already just below the targets for reading, writing and maths expected by 2001. Orkney reports its primary schools have now exceeded their 5-14 target in maths and are just a couple of points short of those for reading and writing.

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