Following the publication of Education Secretary, Nicky Morgan’s schools white paper yesterday, we’ve digested what’s in store for the next 5 years and consulted the best write-ups from across the ed-web to bring you the most hard hitting highlights.
The education white paper – Educational Excellence Everywhere – states that it ‘sets out our plans for the next 5 years, building on and extending our reforms to achieve educational excellence everywhere’… which it will do by addressing some key areas such as:
- Recruitment (Chapter 2)
- Leadership (Chapter 3)
- Academy Status – every school to become an Academy by 2020 (Chapter 4)
- Funding (Chapter 8)
The TES does an excellent job of decoding what the paper intends for education.
While Schools Weeks reports that the seemingly controversial Academy status aim is not a ‘magic wand’.
The Guardian focuses on the shake-up of the parent governor role.
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