The point, and focused on the wrong things, writes Benjamin Dousa, on the ROTOR of the Debate. This is the description that we type in for The. However, the same is true of Dousas their own analysis. In a school in sweden where 85 per cent of all pupils attending a public school, where a quarter of the students are out of school without a complete score, we think it is clear where the emphasis should lie.
friskolereformen, and the need of basically sensible ideas for Skolinspektionens work. His ideas for a better inspection, for those who don't choose a school so actively involved, we welcome your. This reduces the risk of ending up in a bad school. However, the analysis should, of course, to begin with, to state what the level is. This is typically not a private school. It is a public school in a vulnerable area. This is also reflected in the national statistics for 2017/2018, which shows that 26.5% of those who left the public schools have not had a secondary power, at 15.4 per cent in private schools.
Skolinspektionens resources are limited. In spite of the numbers above today, The focus of the inspected schools, with 15 per cent of the students, than the public school in which 85 per cent are to be found. This also applies to the well-functioning of the private schools that deliver the educational outcomes of what is expected.
a More serious error, or a systematic under-performing schools, however, are not as common. Examples of these are, of course, are also in the schools, and their use has resulted in withdrawal of the permit. But seriously, would reinforce the English school's quality should be enough to put the focus on the schools that the vast majority of the students are in and which school results are the worst. This would mean a continuation of the careful inspection of a few schools, but an increased focus on the far more public schools.
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