LMS under fire

5th May 2000 at 01:00
Delegates heard the perennial attack on the effect of local management of schools with complaints that a competitive, market-based approach to funding could only benefit schools that were already advantaged. SueRogers, a national executive member and past president, said that LMS had destroyed much that was good in schools, increased stress and restricted the ability of councils to properly manage education.

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