Governors less than impressed

Tes Editorial

The Westminster government's performance in education has failed to impress school governors, a survey has revealed. Just 21 per cent of the 1,300 governors who took part in an exclusive poll carried out by TES and the National Governors' Association gave a positive verdict on education secretary Michael Gove's reforms over the past two years.

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