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CLASSROOM CONFLICT

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Recent government moves have rekindled fierce debate over education rather than end controversy, which was the init...
Recent government moves have rekindled fierce debate over education rather than end controversy, which was the initial aim of the appointment of education secretary Gillian Shephard, writes John Authers in the Financial Times (6 Jan, p7).

He examines the background and developments which have determined Conservatives and Labour to make education a battleground issue at the general election.
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