D Minus for the Schools Minister

The new Schools minister Sarah McCarthy-Fry admitted to Michael Gove in a Parliamentary Question that just 4 of the 113 letters about the government’s new diplomas have been supportive:

School Leaving: Qualifications

Michael Gove: To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families how many letters he has received from members of the public on the 14 to 19 diplomas in the last three months; and what percentage of those letters have supported the programme. [224564]

Sarah McCarthy-Fry: Over last three months we have received a total of 113 pieces of correspondence in regard to diplomas. Of which four (4.52%) were specifically in support of the introduction of diplomas. The remaining 109 pieces of correspondence were general inquiries.

Doh!

4 / 113 = 3.539%

The Schools Minister can’t do basic maths…



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