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From 1997 to 2010 sustained investment in school building was observed in England, under successive Labour governments committed to the renewal of public services and to the promotion of education as a national priority. School architecture was thus made to support policies which aimed at raising all levels of educational achievement. This paper attempts to examine the different ideological and political motivations which account for the launch of a flagship programme, Building Schools for thedoaj:56cabb9907b94480803d7628f6574f05 fatcat:5pqkxnxsjjfovejtwjjb4f5gp4