The emerging ‘super league’ of academy trust CEO pay

The country’s best-paid academy chiefs are pulling even further ahead from the rest, with warnings of a “super league” emerging among leaders.

But a Department for Education data collection gaffe means its supposed crackdown on chief executive pay has been halted for the past 18 months.

Schools Week’s annual CEO pay investigation can also reveal 25 leaders secured rises of £15,000 or more, with 29 now earning at least £200,000. But some trusts introduced caps, and one slashed more than £100,000 from its leader’s salary.

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