Labor Party proposes five-year plan for more secondary schools

07/1/2004 | Guardian (London), The

In England, the government plans to create more diversity in secondary education by expanding the number of specialist schools and academies. The teachers union objects to creating more academies, which are new state-funded institutions with more autonomy than traditional schools, for fear they could "destroy" local community schools by siphoning away critical funds.

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