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BRADFORD ASIANS SET TO DROP HIGH COURT SCHOOL FIGHT

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A group of Asian parents in Bradford are set to drop the High Court fight against Bradford MBC over the council's s...
A group of Asian parents in Bradford are set to drop the High Court fight against Bradford MBC over the council's schools allocation policy, the Yorkshire Post reports (27 November 1993, p2).

A spokesman for the parents is reported as saying they are unlikely to appeal against a High Court ruling that the council was not discriminatory in its policy. However, the spokesman said their fight for schools other than Fairfax school Bradford was vindicated after the publication on Friday of a 'damning' inspectors report.

The report found standards of achievement at the school were average of low and the quality of teaching variable. The head teacher is reported as saying 'there is a lot to do'.
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