Three problems the academies system must resolve: accountability, rocketing salaries and an escape route for schools

There’s no single factor that determines the success of any multi-academy trust – but there are three problems to be resolved before the system can become truly effective, writes one headteachers’ leader

This week’s research, published by Ambition School Leadership (ASL), shows that there is no blueprint for what makes an effective multi-academy trust (MAT).

Having considered the geographic spread of schools, school type and phase mix within trusts alongside their rate of growth they have concluded that no single characteristic is consistently associated with success.

Read on…

LucyJ Education Correspondent

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