9th September 2016
Theresa May will set aside decades of cross-party consensus in education policy by ending the ban on the creation of new grammar schools and attempt to head off critics by proposing measures intended to prevent poorer children losing out.
Change in rule permits established schools to become grammars, new Catholic schools to open and faith schools to choose pupils based on religion
The prime minister will end days of speculation by confirming that her government will reverse the “arbitrary” ban on the creation of new grammar schools that has been …
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