Policy #1019: "Selective schools: abolish"

This is the votes by vote definition of Public Whip policy #1019: "Selective schools: abolish". You may want to read an introduction to policies, or read more about Public Whip.

Someone who believes that schools should not be able to select their intake by ability or aptitude, or by proxies such as interviews or religious affiliation would have voted like this...

HouseDateSubjectPolicy vote
Commons6 Feb 2002Education Bill — Abolish selection by aptitude in state schools — rejected minority (strong)
Commons15 Jul 2002Education Bill — Lords Amendment on Academies' Admissions Arrangements Majority
Commons24 May 2006Education and Inspections Bill — Regulate schools' admissions policies — rejected minority (strong)
Commons24 May 2006Education and Inspections Bill — End selection by ability — rejected minority (strong)
Commons21 Jul 2010Academies Bill — Require Academies to Comply with the School Admissions Code — rejected minority
Commons21 Jul 2010Academies Bill — Selective Schools Becoming Academies Exempt from Requirement to Provide Education for Pupils of Different Abilities Majority (strong)

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