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General Election 2017 – what the manifestos say on education

24 May 2017, by PNS Media in Academy Conversion, Education News, General, Latest News, Nurseries, School Improvement, Training

As we head towards the General Election and further to our recent article on what the period of purdah may mean for schools, academies and their advisers, we have compiled summaries of the Conservative, Liberal Democrat, Labour and UKIP policies and plans in relation to education as set out in the full General Election manifestos.

Please click the links below to view these summaries:

Different school types and their regulation
School curriculum
School teaching profession
School revenue and food services funding
Early years and child welfare
Technical education (post-16) and tertiary education

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