Education Service Plan22/09/15
Improved exam results of Dundee pupils and efforts top close the poverty attainment gap in the city will be highlighted to the education committee on Monday (September 28).
An annual review of the education service plan will show a number of key achievements along with areas for improvement.
Education convener Councillor Stewart Hunter said: “I am pleased that there are many positive trends in our schools including improved exam results and more young people moving on to positive destinations when they leave secondary.
“Nobody connected with education in Dundee is complacent and I want to see more young people making the most of their time at school and taking on new opportunities.
“Our schools are focused on raising attainment and encouraging pupils to prepare for their future.
“The Dundee Attainment Challenge gives us a great chance to help pupils facing some of the biggest challenges in our society.
“This report gives us a clear picture of the achievements of our pupils and shows how we can support them in the school year ahead.
“I would also like to thank all families, school staff and teachers for their vital efforts.”
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