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MPs have said it is “too early to know” whether the Government’s academy programme is improving standards in schools. The Education Committee said the scheme had increased competition and encouraged local authorities to “develop speedier and more effective interventions in underperforming schools”. “However measured, ...
Labour press release Tristram Hunt MP, Labour's Shadow Education Secretary, responding to the Education Select Committee report 'Academies and Free Schools' said:...
National Union of Teachers press release Commenting on Nicky Morgan's letter to Sir Michael Wilshaw about the new expectation on Ofsted to inspect academy chains,...
NUT press release Commenting on the Education Secretary's announcement of the termination of Durham Free School's funding agreement, Kevin Courtney, Deputy Ge...
Labour and the Conservatives have united in calling for greater protection of Jewish schools in the wake of the Paris attacks. Education Secretary Nicky Morgan t...
Labour press release Tristram Hunt MP, Labour's Shadow Education Secretary, responding to the Ofsted report published today on Durham Free School said: "Mi...
18/01/2015 on The Andrew Marr Show, BBC One
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