Whoever gets in, two things seem certain. Firstly the number of Academies (schools allowed independence from local councils) will increase.
I can't help but think that the Academies programme is a bit like painting over the cracks in your living room wall. It gives a quick and easy improvement, but avoids facing up to the fundamental problems. (Ever rising numbers of kids who won't behave, parents who don't care, Heads who can't lead, qualifications that have been dumbed down and a growing percentage of teachers who don't know much about the subjects they are supposed to be teaching.)
Nobody appears to be interested in tackling those things.
Secondly, there will be state schools run by private companies, charities and parents. Whilst I reckon that John Lewis School would be excellent, I'm not too keen on a job at Poundstretcher Comprehensive.
Feel free to suggest any companies whose schools would have amusing titles or mottos.