DfE publishes list of MATs and single academies paying six-figure salaries
Sir David Carter says the Nolan principles should be attached to the inside cover of every MAT board paper
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Education secretary says DfE is looking to develop transparent way of assessing multi-academy trusts
ESFA also clamps down on related-party transactions
The academies programme has 'turned the clock back 30 years' in terms of school autonomy, a new report warns
Local Lambeth academy trust now set to sponsor one of the most controversial academies in England
The CEO of the Girls’ Day School Trust Cheryl Giovannoni on why teachers are ideal role models for young women
Institution for imprisoned youngsters, modelled on free schools, will be answerable to Ministry of Justice
MAT boss says inspectors can only judge schools in disadvantaged areas if they have led one
New academies tsar may not be in post for 1 September
Releasing minister's conflict of interest agreement 'may invite external scrutiny'
Multi-academy trusts should switch focus from cutting costs to cutting teacher workload across schools, says thinktank
Spending watchdog warns that HMI are leaving for better-paid jobs in academy chains
The Co-op, the biggest corporate sponsor of academies, is looking to hire maths, science and geography teachers
Trust uses primary teachers to report on former pupils' progress at secondary school
National schools commissioner Sir David Carter tells academy trusts they need to convince good schools to join them
The MAT system works very differently in the North compared with elsewhere, says Schools NorthEast director Mike Parker
Co-op director urges more companies to follow trust's example as it prepares for rapid expansion
The CEO of the previously troubled AET reflects on the radical changes that saved the failing trust from insolvency
Schools will be told when headteacher boards are due to discuss them
Chief executive says the move marks a new era for the multi-academy trust
Being an inspector has to be 'an attractive job and something that people want to stay in for a decent stint'
The Tes team talk about the week's hottest education issues, including Sir David Carter's resignation and Sats stress
The departing national schools commissioner says he has achieved what he set out to
Lord Agnew and his wife no longer listed as 'persons of significant control'
Former government adviser tells the Academies Show his 'unthinkable thoughts' about schools asking parents for money
'The evidence suggests that the gender pay gap is bigger in academies than in local authority schools'
There is a bias against female teachers that is wholly...
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West Yorkshire Police say no crimes have been recorded in...