English inspectors praise support schools give to Bangladeshi teens

05/7/2004 | BBC

A new report by school inspectors in England found secondary schools that immediately respond to racist incidents and demand high achievement are helping Bangladeshi students improve their scores on the national exam. Inspectors also praised schools for working with the community to discourage families from taking extended holidays in Bangladesh that overlapped with the school term.

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