Impact Of School Performance Information On Pupil Progress

This research, carried out by Bristol University, blames the abolition of league tables in Wales for pupils in Wales faring worse at GCSE level than their English counterparts. The research found that the lack of public naming and shaming of badly performing schools had removed the pressure upon them to improve. The result is that an average student in England will outperform an average student in Wales by two GCSE grades. Leadership Briefing 5.06 (54)

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