British schools inspector warns of a two-tiered curriculum system

In releasing his annual report on the quality of British schools, Chief Inspector of Schools David Bell said that public schools were devoting too much time to math and English instruction, to the detriment of other subjects. The teachers unions reacted by blaming the imbalance on governmental pressure to achieve high tests scores and a lack of adequate resources.

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