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Secondary Green Paper Thursday, 10 June, 2004, 07:44 GMT 08:44 UK

Striking a blow for comprehensives
Academics and MPs speak out in defence of England's comprehensive secondary schools.
pupils writing Comprehensives set for overhaul
The government intends to overhaul the secondary school system in England, ditching "the bog standard comprehensive".
Religious schools to increase
The government's plans to revitalise secondary education include financial incentives for more single-faith schools.
Head teachers reject more diversity
Secondary school head teachers in England say they do not want moves towards greater diversity between schools.
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