British education chief pledges more autonomy for state schools

10/6/2010 | (U.K.)

British Education Secretary Michael Gove says he plans to give more autonomy to all state schools. Earlier this year, Gove announced the creation of free schools, run by teachers and parents. But Andy Brown of the Association of Teachers and Lecturers said he was confused by Gove's pledge of more autonomy even as the government has returned to a centralised national curriculum.

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