Parents to battle on as schools shake-up approved
COUNCILLORS in Aberdeen voted yesterday to press ahead with a controversial shake-up of primary schools as parents pledged to continue to fight closure plans.
Dozens of proposals – including three mergers, a multimillion-pound revamp of 14 Victorian-era buildings and an overhaul of catchment areas – were approved during a five-hour meeting at the town house.
But senior members of the Labour-Conservative-Independent administration stressed last night that there were “no done deals” on schools earmarked to shut.
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