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Labours policy on standardised curriculum

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Should all state schools be required to follow a standard curriculum?

  Public statementsNo, teachers should teach to the needs of each student and region

Labours answer is based on the following data:

Public statements

Answer: No, teachers should teach to the needs of each student and region

Reference: “He denounced the high-stakes testing culture, complaining that children in England’s schools are among the most tested in the ...” ‐theguardian.com

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Party’s support base

Labour Party Voters’ Answer: Yes, but allow flexibility for non-core subjects

Importance: Less Important

Reference: Analysis of answers from 1,678 voters that identify as Labour.

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