“Sadly, despite all the money that has been spent, standards are still woefully low in too many schools,”
Sir Terry Leahy Chief Executive of Tesco
The government paint a different picture:
“Standards have never been higher in our secondary schools. The vast majority of people working in education are on the front line, teaching in our schools,” a spokesman for the Department for Children, Schools and Families said.
“There are several non-departmental bodies, but it’s clearly right and proper that issues such as exam standards are regulated by an independent body.”
Who do you believe?