By Karen Wespieser
Four weeks have passed since Theresa May called a snap general election. Through this time, we have been waiting for the manifestos to be published and speculating how much focus education and evidence would receive.
This week the main manifestos were published, and the first televised debate took place, so we finally have an insight into coverage of education in the 2017 General Election. And actually it looks quite promising.
The Conservatives have the shortest manifesto at 88 pages, of which five pages (or six percent) is dedicated to education. The Labour…
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