Teach First not in the worst schools

22nd March 2013 at 00:00

Educational charity Teach First does not send its graduates to about 100 of England's most educationally disadvantaged schools, new research has found. A Study by the Institute of Fiscal Studies has shown that Teach First would be able to better target the areas most in need if it changed the criteria it uses to select schools.

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