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Multi-academy trust expansion: Gavin Williamson’s plans for academies

The wholesale academisation of schools and the transfer of public assets into private hands has always been at the centre of this government’s ideological agenda. It’s how we all respond that counts. https://www.tes.com/news/all-schools-be-academies-what-teachers-need-know

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Give Us Back Our Schools campaign launch

Thursday 13th May, 6pm Register here Bit.ly/3eh2MwY

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Major MATs edtech demonstrator contract exposes potential governance pitfall

The government insists it has a “robust governance process” for its edtech demonstrator scheme after the selection of a major academy trust to deliver its second phase prompted conflict of interest warnings. Schools Week revealed this week that United Learning, … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Covid blamed for Falcon trust’s expansion delays

The language and priorities of business should have no part in any plan to ensure that our schools are properly supported. Children get one chance. And too many of them are being short-changed. https://schoolsweek.co.uk/falcon-trust-takes-financial-hit-as-covid-scuppers-expansion/ https://schoolsweek.co.uk/falcon-trust-takes-financial-hit-as-covid-scuppers-expansion/

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