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Unions hail scrapping of English academy plans | BBC News

Teaching unions have welcomed the government’s decision to ditch plans to force all state schools in England to become academies.

They said the move was recognition that “one size” did not fit all schools.

Ministers said the government had listened to critics but the goal to turn schools into academies remained.

Schools judged by Ofsted to be good or outstanding will now not have to become academies, nor will small rural schools have to join a multi-academy trust.

The forced academisation proposals had been opposed by some Conservative MPs and councillors, as well as by unions and others.

Read more about this story on the BBC website: Unions hail scrapping of English academy plans | BBC News

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