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The new Secretary of State for Education has confirmed that plans to force schools “in underperforming or unviable local authorities” to convert to academy status have been axed.
Following months of headlines about the questionable spending choices of some academy trusts, the National Audit Office (NAO) has now raised its concerns about “significant issues” with a number of academies.
A report by the BBC has considered the admission policies for the 163 grammar schools in England and highlighted that 90 of the schools do not give priority to pupils eligible for free school meals.
With an increasing number of schools being maintained by multi-academy trusts (MATs), there is a real need to ensure public and regulator confidence in the effectiveness of MATs; both educationally and organisationally.
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