Academy CEO pay name and shame policy under review

The government is reviewing its policy to name and shame academy trusts that pay their chief executives excessive salaries.

The review sparked calls from sector leaders not to abandon the crackdown altogether, although some said the warning letters were too crude a measure.

The Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) has written to hundreds of trusts about high salaries since 2017, but blamed unspecified data collection issues earlier this year for pausing the letters.

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