Academies ‘haven’t worked everywhere’, admits former government policy adviser

In an article for ConservativeHome today, Rachel Wolf, the founder of the New Schools Network and a former education adviser to David Cameron, wrote that governments had “consistently failed” parents who don’t feel empowered to improve their children’s schools.

She also said the free schools programme was supposed to offer “real choice”, but instead was “focused on areas with population growth” like London and the south east.

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