On the 17th March, The DfE published its latest White Paper ambitiously entitled: Educational Excellence Everywhere.
Whilst full of recommendations for the next five years of UK education, the point that has every single school in the country talking is the news that by 2020, every school must have become an Academy. Received as a welcome and obvious choice by some, many more have expressed concerns about the opus magnum of Nick Gibb.
Here, we evaluate the operational ramifications of the White Paper and what it means for education policy and philosophy around the country.
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