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March 2016

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Not Waving But Drowning

Having argued that the ability to mass academise schools is not undemocratic, I read this today from @dutaut - here where he argues that it is not undemocratic but anti-democratic....

Is Academisation Undemocratic?

As could have been predicted, there are a lot of people who are angry about mass academisation. The last time I saw the word privatisation this many times in a day, I was reading about Thatcher for an essay. If that isn't 1980s enough, some...

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