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What did Michael Gove do for education?

15 July 2014 Last updated at 20:12 BST

During his four years as education secretary, Michael Gove was one of the most radical and controversial members of the cabinet.

As well as bringing in major changes to exams and the curriculum, he introduced free schools.

However, Mr Gove's appetite for reform alienated some teachers.

The BBC's Alex Forsyth gauged reaction to his work as education secretary.

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