England's Parliament considers bill that would centralise school power

06/1/2009 | Guardian (London), The

England's Parliament is considering a bill that would centralise school powers, including those governing course selection and accountability. The country's teachers unions have expressed concern over the possibility of granting Schools Secretary Ed Balls the power to step in if he thinks a school is underperforming.

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