Teachers have suspended what would have been the first strike action against one of Education Secretary Michael Gove’s flagship free schools.
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One in five of the Government’s flagship free schools are being opened in areas where there is no need for more school places, new research has revealed.
Only eight per cent of parents believe the Coalition has improved education, teaching unions claimed last night as they vowed they were ready to embark on strike action this summer.
Education Secretary says he will forge ahead with plans to increase pension contributions and scrap automatic annual pay rises despite strike threats from unions
Delegates also declared no confidence in chief schools inspector Sir Michael Wilshaw
Schools across the country are likely to be affected by the rolling programme of walkouts, which will begin in summer term