System-wide failings are resulting in looked-after children receiving inadequate and 'unacceptable' education, according to a report from the Commons Education Committee.
It says that just 7.2 per cent of looked-after children achieved the grade 5 'good pass' threshold in English and mathematics GCSEs, compared to 40.1 per cent of non-looked-after children; across the board, children in residential care at age 16 scored over six grades less at GCSE than those in kinship or foster care.
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