THE reputation of Scotland's education system as one of the best in the world has left a legacy of "complacency" which is preventing future progress.
THE reputation of Scotland's education system as one of the best in the world has left a legacy of \"complacency\" which is preventing future progress.
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Andrew Denholm Education Correspondent
The claim comes in an interim report by the Commission on School Reform, set up last year by independent think-tanks Reform Scotland and the Centre for Scottish Public Policy.
It states: "Scottish education prides itself on having made a positive contribution to the world through the thinking, discoveries and inventions of those Scots who have had such a powerful global impact over the past three centuries.
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