Too many schools in England break the rules on admissions arrangements, says the outgoing chief schools adjudicator. Elizabeth Passmore’s final report before retirement complains admissions are too often ‘unnecessarily complex’, ‘unfair’ or unclear. Schools which are their own admissions authorities, like academies or faith schools, are more likely to be at fault, says the report.
The government said it would review the findings and take action where needed.
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