Former police stations set to be turned into free schools

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Former police stations set to be turned into free schools
26th June 2014

Former police stations could be turned into free schools under plans due to unveiled by Mayor Boris Johnson.

He's planning on freeing up public land and property, including the six stations, to deliver 11 new schools for the capital.
By 2016, 90,000 new school places will needed in the capital.

The Mayor is already investing £24m to raise standards of teaching across the capital.

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