Attention is now focused on the fallout from Hunt’s policy rather than where it should be – on coalition education policy.
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Never mind the future threat of for-profit schools, privatisation of English state schools is already underway.
There is a real cohesion problem Nicky Morgan hasn’t addressed, and it isn’t Trojan horse nurseries.
The Haberdashers’ Aske’s Federation scandal exposes Labour’s lack of policy on academies and free schools.
Gove is gone but his legacy is in safe hands.
The Tory donor has his own academy chain and a financial interest in selling technology to schools: what could possibly go wrong?
The government’s about-face shows that we can make the case for public services run for people over profit.