Education Policy and Governance in England under the Coalition Government (2010-15): Academies, the Pupil Premium, and Free Early Education.

@inproceedings{West2015EducationPA,
  title={Education Policy and Governance in England under the Coalition Government (2010-15): Academies, the Pupil Premium, and Free Early Education.},
  author={Anne West},
  year={2015}
}
This paper explores the governance of school-based and early education in England under the Conservative-Liberal Democrat Coalition Government (2010-15). Drawing on three prominent Coalition policy areas – the academies programme, the pupil premium and free part-time early education – the paper focuses on changes to the role played by central government in governance; it also makes contrasts with Wales and Scotland. An analysis of the funding and regulatory framework reveals that the role of… CONTINUE READING

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