Parent governor role to be scrapped as part of school reform
For as long as anyone can remember parents have played a part in running schools by being governors, that could now end.
The parent governor role will go as part of the sweeping changes, including making all state schools academies, published by the government.
Labour says it will be costly and disruptive but the government argues parents will have more choice.
Branwen Jeffreys reports.
17 Mar 2016
- From the section Education & Family