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but see one thousand schools might be heading for an f. grades the government's planning new powers to turn schools deemed to be failing into academies regulates all studs it would get the final say on which need restructuring with new rules likely to see more schools labeled sub standards that's good expands the number rules to be in need of reform from two hundred to around a thousands , academies state funded schools independently run by trusts which has have become a centerpiece of conservative education policy the tories hope the little prevents campaign is from delaying or stopping schools being reclassifying aeds , labor says the divisive bill misses the real challenges facing schools , but with a twelve seat majority in parliament the conservatives may not find the low to testing to pass