When 140 Characters Isn’t Enough: Why are London’s schools doing so well?

London’s secondary schools have been doing better than those in the rest of the country for some time now. They were already ahead in 2003. But the gap has widened over the past ten years to a chasm. Chris Cook – when he was the FT’s education correspondent – was the first to analyse this trend in detail. And he realised that the official Government metrics of performance were actually hiding how far ahead London is.

via When 140 Characters Isn’t Enough: Why are London’s schools doing so well?.

 

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