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Outstanding schools take too few poor pupils, study says | BBC News

Poor children in England are less likely to attend the best schools, even if they live nearby, suggests a new analysis of official figures.

The Schooldash blog compared the proportion of poor pupils in every school in England with the proportion in their local areas.

Poor pupils were notably under-represented at schools rated outstanding by Ofsted, says the report.

The government says all pupils deserve a world-class education.

Read more about this story on the BBC website: Outstanding schools take too few poor pupils, study says | BBC News

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