Mr Gove has continued this programme, but also hugely expanded it in a number of different ways. Ask the Experts How can we maximise our daughter's chances of getting into a competitive mixed-sex sixth form? In the lobby of the Department for Education there is a long line of photographs of former secretaries of state, 30 of them in total since the war. Colleges can no longer rely on the existing A-level to identify the best candidates, so they have to set their own tests. Now groups with a proven track record of turning around poor schools are able to replicate their successful methods on a bigger scale. The continent is expected to add half a billion new smartphone users between and and see a 1, per cent increase in internet data traffic. While the Opposition has nothing to say on any policy, the Government has been responding to the economic and social crises we face with big and comprehensive programmes. This meant that the failing management would be replaced, a rich sponsor would provide some extra money, and the new academy would have greater freedom to fire bad teachers and set its own curriculum.
So after four years in charge of education, what is Gove's legacy? It has been revolution at warp speed. Thanks to his rush, instead of creating. The Education Secretary's latest plans, including the return of O-levels, confirm the scale of his ambition for our schools.
But the task he has set.
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Sometimes we will have to manoeuvre less than elegantly to get around obstacles. Last year, former Labour education secretary Estelle Morris suggested that children in Britain could choose to go down a vocational or academic route at age With this in mind, Mr Gove has set more demanding standards for entry into the teaching profession: they must now have at least a degree and the bar could be raised further in future.
In Finland, which is often held up as a model by the Left, more than 40 per cent of pupils go to vocational schools from age Primary schools can now also be turned into academies.
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Governments of Left and Right have been right to try to get more children to go down the academic route and increase the numbers going to university.
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No, I was told, it was a compendium of research papers published in academic journals by people at the school. For years there has been a race to the bottom between different competing exam boards.
Sometimes we will have to manoeuvre less than elegantly to get around obstacles.
The destruction of the public education system? An intention to make the class system even more. Gove's schooling revolution is irreversible on Coffee House | With our are now educated in academies – state schools run by independent.
In other words, instead of increasing standards across the board, schools have been forced to play the league table system.
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Michael Gove must wonder whether he will make a bigger impression. Peter Tait The importance of great teaching on children's success. As part of the O-level proposal, Mr Gove is suggesting having a single exam board in England, as they already do in Scotland, which will remove one of the main causes of grade inflation. Sign up to our popular email briefing to get the most interesting stories from CapX and the wider web delivered direct to your inbox.
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This looks unlikely to happen, and Deputy PM Nick Clegg was quick to rule out the idea, putting him on a collision course with Mr Gove.
Now groups with a proven track record of turning around poor schools are able to replicate their successful methods on a bigger scale.