7 things we learned from the PAC on academy accounts

The public accounts committee has held its second session into academy finances, and grilled some of the highest ranking civil servants in the Department for Education.

The DfE’s permanent secretary Jonathan Slater was joined by the Education and Skills Funding Agency’s chief executive, Eileen Milner, and director of academies and maintained schools, Mike Pettifer, to face questions ranging from related party transactions and CEO pay to banning trustees from working in other schools.

Here are seven things we learned

7 things we learned from the PAC on academy accounts

 

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