Private Students Get More Time in Exams

20% of students in British private schools get extra time in exams, or use of a computer or scribe, because they have minor learning disabilities, compared to only 12.5% of state school students.
Does this mean private students are habitually high on cocaine, drunk or just mentally incapable compared to state school students?
It means that state schools are not doing their job of pushing all their students’ rights to give them maximum advantage, and gaming the system frankly on behalf of their students.

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