Ofsted’s annual report highlights there are approximately 100 schools in the UK which have not reached “good” status in inspections since 2005, according to the BBC.

Part of the problem, says head teachers’ leader, Geoff Barton, is that schools become “stigmatised” by bad Ofsted reports and therefore remain in a cycle of underperformance as they struggle to recruit staff and pupils. Other causes also include the underfunding of schools, even though “attention and investment” has been provided, according to the report.

Helping schools’ funds go further, NetSupport’s complete solution for schools provides tools such as power management, software licence management and print metering (to name but a few), allowing them to identify and reduce areas of spend. Additionally, the classroom management tools help teachers maximise teaching time and offer features to keep students engaged and increase learning outcomes.

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