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TOUGH TARGETS FOR CITY TECHNOLOGY COLLEGES

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Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State Robin Squire today spoke to heads of schools affiliated to the City Technolo...
Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State Robin Squire today spoke to heads of schools affiliated to the City Technology Colleges Trust (CTC) in London, as the first phase of the CTC programme is completed.

Last month the 15th CTC - John Cabot - opened in Bristol. There are now over 11,000 students in CTC education in England.

In his speech Mr Squire referred to 'performance related pay for schools':'Technology Colleges will have to commit themselves to tough targets for measurably higher achievement in the specialist areas - higher participation at GCSE and other qualifications and higher rates of exam passes too. Continuation of the funding will depend on continuing to hit those targets.'
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