Too many non-selective schools are failing to nurture scholasticexcellence. While the best of these schools provide excellent opportunities,many of our most able students receive mediocre provision.
Put simply, they are not doing well enough because theirsecondary schools fail to challenge and support them sufficiently from thebeginning.
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