MENUmenu icon
CLOSEclose

28 August 2018

Is our education system at risk?

Posted by: Nick Johnson

While Mr Osborne talks of ring fencing education, will the cut backs in local authorities and the decision for all schools to become Academies not result in there being more failing schools?With less state support and schools being encouraged to have a greater control over running their own affairs will all schools be equipped to deal with this well? Many schools are already struggling with local government support and take this away and the problem may well get worse.

The spending cuts since 2010 are not simply making the British state smaller; they are changing its shape. Mr Osborne has ring-fenced the budgets for a few large departments, such as health and education. This means the axe falls more heavily elsewhere: some departments have seen their budgets cut by as much as 60% (see chart 4). A few years from now the British state will look different from the way it does today
Go to the article
userpic

Nick Johnson

Senior Partner

Read Bio

0161 833 5666

contact our office today

Contact Nick Today

For press and media enquiries please contact:
Nick.Johnson@glaisyers.com

Read all Nick's articles

img

Nick Johnson

02 May 2017

Bike accident. Case Study

img

Nick Johnson

28 Aug 2018

Keep Positivw

Get in touch today