In Scotland’s cities evidence that Conservative control is bad for schools

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Recent school inspections have revealed that the controversial Tory/Labour coalition’s schools in Aberdeen City have done markedly less well than those in Labour/SNP Edinburgh and even less well than those in SNP Glasgow.

Across the four criteria of assessment, the three Aberdeen City schools inspected, achieved no ‘Excellent’, no ‘Very Good’, only one ‘Good’, seven ‘Satisfactory’ and two ‘Weak’. My overall all rating is ‘Must improve’.

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Across the four-criteria of assessment, the six Edinburgh City schools inspected, achieved no ‘Excellent’, two ‘Very Good’, fifteen ‘Good’, six ‘Satisfactory’ and one ‘Weak’. My overall all rating ‘No bad’.

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Across the four-criteria of assessment, the eight Glasgow City schools inspected, achieved one ‘Excellent’, five ‘Very Good’, seventeen ‘Good’, eight ‘Satisfactory’ and one ‘Weak’. My overall all rating is ‘Good progress.’

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https://www.gov.scot/binaries/content/documents/govscot/publications/foi-eir-release/2019/04/foi-19-00922/documents/foi-19-00922-inspection-results/foi-19-00922-inspection-results/govscot%3Adocument

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One thought on “In Scotland’s cities evidence that Conservative control is bad for schools

  1. Seoc Colla April 18, 2019 / 3:31 pm

    Might the discrepancy in achievement be an indication of Unionist efforts to ‘dumb down’ academic performance?

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