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Ofsted: 'Invisible' poor children let down by schools

20 June 2013 Last updated at 13:42 BST

Disadvantaged children living in rural England are less likely to do well at school than those from the big cities, says Ofsted's chief inspector.

England's Chief Inspector of Schools, Sir Michael Wilshaw, says the best teachers should be offered incentives to work in areas where children from poorer backgrounds need help to perform as well as those in cities.

Sarah Campbell reports.

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