Schools in England are being judged on the basis of raw GCSE results for the last time, heralding the end of school league tables in their present form.
Head teachers are welcoming changes that means from next year, schools will be measured on a broader range of results across eight subjects.
The government says schools have risen to its moves to toughen standards.
The number of schools falling below the current floor standard has remained stable at 312.
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