Poll demonstrates opposition to education reforms
by marianaalmeida, Window Shopper
- Created: April 28, 2014, 11:03 pm
Councils should keep responsibilities over schools and that teaching profession requires dedicated training, the majority says Teaching unions assembling for their annual Easter conferences will be emboldened by the results of the Guardian/ICM poll suggesting strong public opposition to planks of Michael Gove's education reforms. The chief single structural modify to English education since the coalition came to power has been the speedy conversion of secondary schools to semi-independent academies. There has been comparatively modest opposition at Westminster, not slightest for the reason that New Labour initially invented the schools. These are independent from local authorities while being financed through private contracts.
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