Grammar schools: 'We will fail as a nation'
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Grammar schools: 'We will fail as a nation'

We will fail as a nation if only the top 15-20% of children achieve well in school, a prospect made more likely by the expansion of grammar schools, the chief inspector of schools says.

Sir Michael Wilshaw tells Today programme presenter Sarah Montague he fears that increasing grammar schools would lead to the creation of secondary moderns, which would prevent the UK's education system from competing globally.