Professor David Rogerson, in this article, focuses on the influence of the local government reorganisation in the West Riding, Yorkshire evaluating in part, how the serious economic conditions may have moved both the Conservative and the Labour Parties to the right. He traces the 1970s development of the education service, interweaving his personal leadership experience with that of other stakeholders and government officials in his critique of the climate for the development of schools in view of the professional concerns and pressures at the time and the influence parents had in the state system.
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