The issue of universal academisation has understandably dominated coverage of the government’s recent White Paper. However, there’s a lot more to the paper than just this one issue. Measures to tackle geographical inconsistencies in the quality of schools, further reforms to Ofsted inspections and changes to how teachers gain qualified teacher status are just a few of the other areas that are covered.
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