Tuesday, 27 April 2010

General Election 2010: top state head teachers back Conservative education plans

Conservative plans to allow schools to break free of local council control have been publicly endorsed by some of the leading state head teachers in England

By Graeme Paton, Education Editor

In a letter to The Daily Telegraph, 31 heads and governors back a Conservative pledge to give high-performing state schools autonomy within months of a general election victory.


They will be allowed to convert into semi-independent academies as early as September this year if the Tories win, giving them more power over the curriculum, qualifications, staff, budgets and admissions.

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