Tes reports …
Rebecca Long-Bailey has told Tes that she intends to examine education policy to find out “how quickly we can bring academies into local authority control”.
Labour’s shadow education secretary, who began her job two months ago, already appears to be going further than her predecessor, Angela Rayner, in speaking out against academies, which she said were lacking in accountability.
Read more at: Exclusive: Labour’s plan to make academies LA schools
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