Ministers have U-turned on 33 attempts to force schools to become academies

The government has revoked more than 30 academy orders, some after schools have spent years in limbo and often after they have been at the centre of fierce battles over their futures, a Schools Week investigation has found.

Analysis of government data obtained under the freedom of information act found 33 schools have spent more than 16,000 days subject to academy orders that were later revoked.

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