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1944 - The Tripartite System
aim was to be truely meritocratic and it was based on selection. all schools woud have same funding but selection based on performance on 11+.
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1960s - Comprehensive Education
aimed to abolish selection and be meritocratic, students would attend schools according to their catchment area.
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1988 - Marketisation
education reform act was introduced, schools were given greater freedom to opt out of local education authority control. parentocracy, formula funding, open enrollment, national curriculum, ofsted and league tables.
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1997 - New Labour Policy
three main policies (education), reducing inequalities and helpig the disadvantaged, ema, aim higher, education action zones, raising school leaving age to 18 and curriculum 2000(spliting Alevels into AS and A2.
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2010 - Coalition Policies
introduced free schools, new academies ad raised university fees but introduced the pupils premium.
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aimed to abolish selection and be meritocratic, students would attend schools according to their catchment area.

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1960s - Comprehensive Education

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education reform act was introduced, schools were given greater freedom to opt out of local education authority control. parentocracy, formula funding, open enrollment, national curriculum, ofsted and league tables.

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three main policies (education), reducing inequalities and helpig the disadvantaged, ema, aim higher, education action zones, raising school leaving age to 18 and curriculum 2000(spliting Alevels into AS and A2.

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introduced free schools, new academies ad raised university fees but introduced the pupils premium.

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