‘Forget academisation and recruit teachers’

The accelerated conversion of schools into academies has made “little difference” to pupil outcomes, according to economists.

A report from the LSE’s Centre for Economic Performance (CEP), ahead of next month’s general election, found that the expanded academies programme, rolled out by the coalition government in 2010, has “not been successful for the most part”.

This is true for both primary and secondary schools, the research suggests.


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