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SCHOOLS ACCUSED OF BREAKING LAW ON INFORMATION

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A Consumers' Association survey published today says many school prospectuses and annual reports are flouting the l...
A Consumers' Association survey published today says many school prospectuses and annual reports are flouting the law by missing out basic information such as exam results, admissions policies and the type of school, reports The Guardian (p3).

Association policy manger Philip Cullum said: 'Local education authorities should take responsibility for keeping tabs on whether prospectuses and governors' annual reports comply with legal requirements.'

But National Association of Head Teachers general secretary David Hart told the Independent (p2): 'The vast majority of schools do their best to comply with the legal requirements. Omissions are accidental, not deliberate.'
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