Question by VRS: How can a developed country create a new generation of independently run state schools?
The Conservatives stated they intend to: “Create a new generation of independently run state schools. We will make it much easier for educational charities, groups of parents and teachers, cooperatives and others to start new Academies (independent, non-selective state schools). We will move to a national per pupil funding system, so that new schools get paid if they attract pupils, with extra funding for the poorest pupils (a pupil premium).”
So, how are they going to achieve this? This sounds very ambitious!
Answer by Elwood Blues
All it takes is money.
Maybe they’ll need to delay those tax cuts for a few years?
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