Education was at the forefront of what first minister Nicola Sturgeon described as her “most ambitious plan ever” when setting out her programme for the coming year on Tuesday. She announced an Education Governance Bill and promised to give “headteachers new powers and make sure parents, families and communities play a bigger role in school life and in their children’s learning”. She also confirmed that she would lift the 1 per cent pay cap on public-sector professions such as teaching.
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