This week, Theresa May announced that a June general election was necessary to guarantee certainty after the EU referendum.
But for teachers, parents and pupils, the future looks anything but certain. Here’s a round-up of the week’s most important news for education leaders.
Snap election puts grammar schools on the table
After she called a snap general election, Theresa May was keen to put Brexit at the top of the issue agenda.
But May’s manifesto will also include domestic policies, including a policy on grammar schools, which the Conservatives could put at the heart of their…
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