Councils should take schools back from struggling academy chains

The government should allow some academies to return to local authority control, a new report says.

Strong performing councils should to be able to take on schools in struggling academy trusts – in the same way a local authority-run school can be moved to an academy chain, a think-tank has said.

The study, from the Education Policy Institute (EPI), found little difference in the performance of schools run by academy chains and those run by councils – as standards vary between the different types of schools.

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