The Queen's Speech - 'Education for All' Bill

The Queen's Speech - 'Education for All' Bill

Consultant: Steve BarkerDate posted: May 2016

The Queen’s Speech, at the opening of parliament on 18th May outlined plans for a new Education Bill. The ‘Education for All’ Bill was mentioned briefly in the speech but a detailed written version has been published on the government website.

This article explores the proposals for education, within the document together with their implications for school governors.

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