Only One in three academy trusts reviews pay after government warning

More than a third of academy trusts targeted by the government over CEO pay have chosen to review their policies or commit to future salary cuts for bosses.

Jonathan Slater, the DfE’s permanent secretary, confirmed today that of 213 trusts that received letters asking for justification of their bosses’ pay, 131 have demonstrated “that their processes for setting executive salaries were compliant with the challenge set out in the 2017 academies financial handbook”.

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