Report: Standing Room Only: Have we enough school places?

Over the past three years, the LGiU in partnership with the NUT and Unison has conducted qualitative research to assess the impact of schools becoming academies. More than half of secondary schools are now academies of free schools and soon about one in 10 primary schools will be. They are independent of local authorities and accountable to the Secretary of State.

This year the LGiU’s report explores in more depth the impact of the changing education system on school place planning.

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17 Sep 2013
Jonathan Carr-West, Laurie Thraves, John Fowler
Children's services and education
Full report (PDF, 492.15 KB)