Imagine. You are moving to a
… whether or not the school, although providing an acceptable standard of education, nevertheless has serious weaknesses, in one or more areas of its work; whether or not the school, although not identified as having serious weaknesses, is judged to be underachieving.
Such transparency is the opposite of the situation in
First, under-performing schools receive additional funding;
second, if results still do not improve, students receive funding to pay for private tutoring.
Finally, if particular schools consistently fail to meet the grade, students will be allowed to transfer to more successful schools. Again, this is unlike
In answer to those resisting change.