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A decision on whether or not to grant planning permission for a free school to be built in Ingleby Berwick in Stockton is expected today.
The proposal for a new purpose built school and the development of some 350 new homes at Little Maltby Farm will be considered by the council's planning committee.
Applicants say that the details of more than 2,000 children have been registered with the Trust to apply for places in future, and say that this shows that parents want the school.
Plans to build a new free school on Teesside have run into problems.
The coalition government is supporting parents in Ingleby Barwick who want to see a new secondary school built in the town, but Stockton Council says the plans have been recommended for refusal.
Our reporter Frances read spoke to the Education Secretary Michael Gove when was visiting the region today.
Plans to build a new free school on Teesside have run into problems. The coalition government supports parents in Ingleby Barwick who want to see a new secondary school built in the town.
The Education Secretary, Michael Gove, met with parents in Yarm today to discuss the Government's key free schools policy.
Education Secretary Michael Gove is visiting pupils, teachers and parents today on Teesside. He will visit Ian Ramsey School in Stockton and Conyers Academy this afternoon.