More than 300 English primary schools forced to become academies
Thursday 11th July 2019
Some failing schools shunted between trusts as sponsors collect millions in grants
More than 300 primary schools across England have been forced to become academies in the last three years against a backdrop of mounting opposition from parents, a Guardian investigation has revealed.
Analysis of government data has shown that 314 schools were forcibly removed from local authority control after being rated inadequate by Ofsted. The Department for Education (DfE) has paid out at least £18.4m to academy trusts for taking on the schools.Continue reading... Read full story.
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