What is your problem with the policies that I mentioned?
He has made it much easier to become an academy school and has created a framework for free schools, both of which give more influence to teachers over the running of schools, which is surely leaving stuff to experts
Well, academies and free schools can employ people who aren't qualified as teachers - not sure how that's leaving it to the experts. And are you welcoming the advance of creationist schools his policies has encouraged?
The education secretary, Michael Gove, has approved three free schools run by groups with creationist views, including one with a document on its website declaring that it teaches "creation as a scientific theory".
Grindon Hall Christian school in Sunderland, a private school due to reopen in September with state funding, says on its website that it will present creationism as science and affirm the position that Christians believe God's creation of the world is "not just a theory but a fact".
Ministers have also approved a free school in Sevenoaks, Kent, that says on its website it will teach in RE classes that "God made the world", while a third free school, in Nottinghamshire, is a fresh proposal from a group initially turned down over creationism.
He's allowing more influence from idiots like Toby Young, who think the only problem with schooling in this country is not enough time spent on Latin and the Classics.
And while saying he wants to leave teachers free to teach he's introducing moronic revisionist meddling with the history curriculum.