England's teachers directed to turn attention to average pupils:

In an effort to bolster school rankings, educators in England have been told to help average pupils reach a C grade, instead of boosting scores for gifted pupils who could earn an A. The instructions from government officials also direct teachers to focus less attention on struggling students who lag far behind their peers.

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