Tuesday, October 18, 2005

Anything but Grammar schools

Ruth Kelly is keen to develop the abilities of the most gifted children.

"Gifted and talented" pupils would be identified based upon "the results of [] tests taken [] at the age of 11". These tests could be called the '11+' and would be academic selection. In future, could they attend "tailored" classes at special schools called "Anything but Grammar schools" where children are not "embarrassed" by their ability?

The Unions and the hard-left will hate this!

Why does Ruth Kelly expect University students to pay tuition fees only for their lecturers to teach gifted children at school rather than them!?!

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