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Johnson will almost certainly decide to tough it out. But he will have a big problem if school returns prove tricky.
Over to them goes the problem of sorting the future of an inrush of students brandishing far better results than were expected.
Sam Freedman is Head of Policy Exchange’s Education Unit. One of the benefits of the Conservatives releasing “Green Papers” is that it allows time for discussion. The education paper provides a good opportunity for those on the centre-right to come to some conclusions as to what a school choice revolution really means. As Andrew Haldenby […]
Sam Freedman is Head of Policy Exchange’s Education Unit. Finally, only sixteen months into the job, Schools’ Secretary Ed Balls gets something right. After the summer exam marking fiasco, the slow destruction of the integrity of the academies programme, the disastrous “National Challenge” and the row over admissions codes, it had to happen eventually. It’s […]