Teachers snub Coalition in poll

20th May 2011 at 01:00

The majority of the teaching profession in England is deeply dissatisfied with the performance of the Coalition Government on education policy, according to a survey by The TES. The online poll also shows that a big majority are against allowing parents to set up free schools and the expansion of the academies programme. More than 500 people responded to the survey.

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