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What schools really think about the state of education in 2015

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Today, we reveal findings from The Key's State of Education report - our annual survey on the big issues affecting schools in England. With the help of Ipsos MORI, we asked members in a sample of our schools for their views. Over 1,000 school leaders from across the country told us what they thought.

With the general election closing in, almost six in ten of them said they're unsure which party is best equipped to improve the education system from 2015.

Here's one more of the headline findings:

We'll be delving into some of the findings of this report in detail next week, and exploring what they may mean for the future of education.

If you'd like to have a look at the report yourself, you can download it here.

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