Tue 6 July 2010, The Independent

Gove cuts to end training for teaching assistants

By Richard Garner
Thousands more state school children will be taught by unqualified staff as a result of a government decision to axe training opportunities for teaching assistants, it was claimed last night. The move emerged on the day Education Secretary Michael Gove signalled the axeing of the previous government's £55bn school building programme – which aimed to refurbish or rebuild every secondary school in the country. In addition, Mr Gove announced an overhaul of capital investment in England's schools – including a review of 123 flagship academy projects agreed under Labour.
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