James Forsyth James Forsyth

Will the Gove schools be so successful that the Scots and Welsh adopt them?

When I was writing my column this week on the Tories’ education policy, I realised that there’s a new test for policy: will it be so successful that the devolved administrations end up adopting it. 

Michael Gove’s plan for a supply side revolution in education – allowing any group of people to step up schools—promises to transform education.

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