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What is the opposite of 'inadequate'?

If Ofsted is to be believed, it is not 'adequate', but rather 'outstanding'.

I discovered this from mooching around the 2005 Ofsted Report.

And in much the same way that 'inadequate' is deemed the polar opposite of 'outstanding', 'good' is paired with 'satisfactory'. Something of an abuse of language I think. Also worth noting is that 11% of schools are judged 'outstanding' and 48% 'good', which does rather clash with bell curve theory
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Anonymous newmania said... 4:58 pm

Mooching around the ofsted report. There is little hope for you C . Good is usually the opoosiite of bad . Now how bad would a school bhave to be to actually be "Bad" . Way past Lord of the flies territory  



Anonymous verity said... 5:26 pm

Conservative.  



Anonymous newmania said... 8:52 am

Sir Noel Pierce Coward. Noel Coward 101 compiled by John Kenrick ... novelist, painter . . . small wonder friends and colleagues called him "The Master." ...

Its been bothering me ........  



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