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Research show education improving

EDUCATION across Argyll and Bute is continuing to make progress, with a number of successes highlighted at the council’s Community Services Committee on Thursday last week.

Improvements have been made to early years settings, with 93 per cent receiving ‘good’ or above grades from the Care Inspectorate by the end of June.

Members of the committee heard how the number of young people going on to a positive destination, such as further education, employment or training, after leaving school currently stands at 92.7 per cent. Looked-after young people are increasingly entering positive destinations too, with 88.2 per cent in 2015, compared with 68.4 per cent in 2014.

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