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Regional School Commissioners and England’s school system: state-funded but developed and managed in private?

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Education journalist, Warwick Mansell, is our guest at the next LfL Supper Seminar in October 2014. This supper seminar will consider what seems to have been the Department for Education’s central concern since the coalition came to power in 2010: the drive to get as many schools as possible to become academies. Specifically, it will focus on the recent, hardly discussed, development of a new form of school organisation – the Regional Schools Commissioner system, which will oversee all academies and free schools from September – to ask questions about transparency and public accountability.

All welcome. Free to attend. Wine and nibbles served. Please email lfl@educ.cam.ac.uk to register.

The LfL Supper Seminars are supported by BELMAS

This talk is part of the Leadership for Learning: The Cambridge Network series.

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