Parents do not want to be involved in running and managing schools, the findings of a new survey suggest. The Ipsos Mori poll of 700 families, commissioned by think-tank London Councils, found that 43 per cent of parents in the capital are not interested in knowing how schools in their area work, as long as they do their job. Just 12 per cent of secondary school parents and 9 per cent of primary parents are either actively involved with their schools or interested in becoming so.
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