Tories disagree over restoring failing academies to councils

Regional schools commissioners should be allowed to rebroker academies back to councils if they can’t find another trust to sponsor them, according to the man in charge of education at Damian Hinds’s local council.

Stephen Reid, a Conservative councillor who serves as executive member for education and skills on Hampshire County Council, said the option should be open to RSCs to “approach the council” if an academy trust fails and a school is left orphaned.

Tories disagree over restoring failing academies to councils

 

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