Parents 'do not trust results'

 

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The Independent Online

Parents are reluctant to trust exam results when picking a school for their child, Richard Garner writes.

A poll of more than 1,000 parents found that many had a "strong sense" that schools were coaching pupils to reach targets. As a result, it was felt that a school's showing in exam league tables might "not reflect either the standards of teaching or quality of education".

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