We want every young person to have access to a quality education, no matter what their family’s income.

That’s why we are opposed to the government’s privatisation and commercialisation of schools, colleges, and universities which is making access to a good education dependent on financial privilege.

We will:

  • Scrap university tuition fees.
  • Promote a comprehensive system of local schools offering mixed ability teaching staffed by qualified teachers.
  • Bring Academies and Free Schools into the Local Authority system.

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