MAT savings slammed as mythical in new report

Academies spend more on back-office functions than maintained schools do, and they don’t achieve economies of scale by forming multi-academy trusts, research suggests.

The analysis also revealed academies spend less on educational support for disadvantaged pupils than maintained schools.

The findings contradict claims by ministers that academies can free up more money for pupils by making savings in back-office costs.

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