Free schools are all-ability schools, funded by the government, which can be set up by groups such as charities, universities, teachers or parents. They were intended to bring new and innovative providers – including parents and teachers – into a more autonomous and self-improving school system, driving up standards through greater school choice and increased competition. However, little is known about the types of schools which have been set up by the free school programme.
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