Sam Murray, of the Advisory Centre for Education
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School admissions plan could 'affect fairness'

Proposed changes to school admissions procedures could make the system less fair, education charities have said.

They agree change is needed but fear safeguards that ensure fairness, such as the powers of adjudicators and local scrutiny forums, will be eroded.

The Advisory Centre for Education said the changes could lead to a "watered down code", as Sam Murray told the BBC.

  • 16 Apr 2011
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