The Hopkins Report (2007)

Overview

Only just over one third of public schools in Bermuda are good or better in terms
of their effectiveness. A small amount of outstanding work was seen. In contrast, the
great majority of schools are satisfactory at best, and four are inadequate and a cause
for serious concern. As a group, the middle schools are the least effective. There are
areas of under-performance throughout the school system, which become more
evident as students get older. As a result, many do not make the progress they
should. The professional leadership of education through the Ministry is inadequate
and the Board of Education ineffective.

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