Making Choice a Reality in Secondary Education

This publication presents an examination of how choice might work in secondary education.

Importantly, the case it presents considers what might be achieved in terms of increased quality, but also considers what the impact might be in terms of equity. It uses the design principles developed in Choice: The Evidence, to create a package of education policy proposals with the clear objective to improve both school standards and equity of access to good education.

It lays out in detail the three crucial elements of a choice reform of English schools, and presents an integrated package of proposals that must be implemented as a whole – arguing that the twin goals of efficiency and equity cannot both be met without all three areas of reform being undertaken.

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