Parents 'not involved' in new free schools

Parents 'not involved' in new free schools
 

Parent groups have only been behind about one in five of the free schools that have been opened, say researchers.
The flagship policy, launched under the coalition government, was meant to bring innovation and more parental choice to schools in England.
But Sir Peter Lampl, chairman of the Sutton Trust, which carried out the free school study, said "very few are fulfilling that original purpose".
The Department for Education said free schools were raising standards.
The study, from the Sutton Trust social mobility charity and the National Foundation for Educational Research, says... read more

 
31 May 2018 in Regional, Views: 59
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