The Department for Education has called on secondary schools to ensure all pupils fulfil their potential, but insisted the government are making changes to enable students to achieve academically.
Sir Michael is right - secondary schools must ensure all their pupils, including their brightest, fulfil their potential.
That's why we are introducing a more demanding and rigorous curriculum, toughening up GCSEs and getting universities involved in A-levels.
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