Tory call to let investors make money from free schools

Private investors should be able to make money by helping to pay the start-up costs of new free schools, according to a Conservative MP who founded a free school.

The recommendation is made in a report about the future of free schools written by former Commons Education Select Committee member Suella Braverman, and published by the Centre for Policy Studies today.

It calls for the flagship Conservative education policy to return to its original focus of encouraging competition and innovation in the state school sector.

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