Education Secretary, Michael Gove
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Michael Gove said teacher training would be shaken up

The government signalled a return to traditional educational values as it set out wide ranging plans for school reforms in England.

Education Secretary Michael Gove said heads would get more powers over discipline and that teacher training would be shaken up.

Schools would be backed in introducing blazer and tie uniforms, and traditional prefect and house systems.

The reforms would make England the world's top education nation, he added.

  • 24 Nov 2010
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