Should Regional School Commisioners have a ‘cooling off’ period before taking new jobs?

Regional school commissioners should have a “cooling-off period” before joining academy trusts to avoid any conflict of interests between the roles, says a former government adviser.

It was announced on Monday that Lisa Mannall will be the fifth RSC to jump ship to join a trust.

She will stop overseeing academies in the southwest in the summer to become chief executive of the Cornwall Education Learning Trust (Celt), which will run schools in her former RSC patch.

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