Academy rule is threat to support

11th May 2012 at 01:00

The Westminster government has been accused of needlessly limiting support for weak schools by insisting that good and outstanding schools wanting to link up with them must have academy status. The issue has emerged as a side-effect of ministers' plans to tackle underperforming schools by turning them into academies. Only other academies are then allowed to sponsor them.

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