Grammar schools: 'Responding to demands of parents'
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Grammar schools: 'Responding to demands of parents'

Education Secretary Justine Greening wants England's schools, including a new generation of grammars, to do more to help "ordinary working families".

The school system needs to support those who are struggling and not "the privileged few". She told Today they are responding to the demand of grammars and will make the new wave of grammars truly open to all children.

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