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His Academies Bill, created in haste and rushed through parliament, removed local authorities' power to veto a school becoming an academy, dispensed with parents' and teachers' legal right to oppose such plans, and allowed 'outstanding' schools to 'fast-track' the process of becoming academies.

Liberal Democrat support for the bill was surprising, given that at their spring conference in March 2009 the party had agreed an education policy document Equity and Excellence which said that a Liberal Democrat government would replace academies with sponsor-managed schools 'under the strategic oversight of local authorities and not Ministers in Whitehall' (Liberal Democrats 20).It was then revealed that the number of schools which had actually applied for academy status was not a thousand, as Gove had claimed, but only 153 (The Guardian 29 July 2010).Of these, just 32 opened as academies in September (The Independent 2 September 2010).You are welcome to download it and print it for your own personal use, or for use in a school or other educational establishment, provided my name as the author is attached.But you may not publish it, upload it onto any other website, or sell it, without my permission. If you do so, please acknowledge it thus: Gillard D (2016) Education in England: a brief history References In references in the text, the number after the colon is always the page number (even where a document has numbered paragraphs or sections).

Liberal Democrat support for the bill was surprising, given that at their spring conference in March 2009 the party had agreed an education policy document Equity and Excellence which said that a Liberal Democrat government would replace academies with sponsor-managed schools 'under the strategic oversight of local authorities and not Ministers in Whitehall' (Liberal Democrats 20).It was then revealed that the number of schools which had actually applied for academy status was not a thousand, as Gove had claimed, but only 153 (The Guardian 29 July 2010).Of these, just 32 opened as academies in September (The Independent 2 September 2010).You are welcome to download it and print it for your own personal use, or for use in a school or other educational establishment, provided my name as the author is attached.But you may not publish it, upload it onto any other website, or sell it, without my permission. If you do so, please acknowledge it thus: Gillard D (2016) Education in England: a brief history References In references in the text, the number after the colon is always the page number (even where a document has numbered paragraphs or sections).Teather and Gibb served until September 2012 when David Laws (Liberal Democrat) became Minister of State for Schools.