Tag Archives: Privateers
As Michael Gove and the DfE continue to hand our schools over to private sponsors as academies, or allow ‘free’ schools to be opened by an assortment of individuals and organisations, it is worth taking a quick look at just how many of these people are closely associated with the Conservative Party or Gove.
IES Breckland in Suffolk, the first school run on a profit-making basis, rated ‘inadequate’ by inspectors
A free school that is expected to be placed into special measures has “let down” parents, union leaders have said.
UNISON is warning that profits could be put before pupils, and head teachers could lose control of vital services in 80 academies across the country, as part of a proposal for an unprecedented privatisation of school services by the Academies Enterprise Trust (AET)
Saturday 25th January, 1-4pm, Central London
Guest Speakers include: Christine Blower, general secretary NUT, Rob Kelsall, NAHT (personal capacity), Parent campaigners from victorious Save Snaresbrook School campaign