Call for 'John Lewis' schools

2nd March 2012 at 00:00

Schools run as "John Lewis-style" cooperatives, with profits going to shareholding teachers, are being suggested by a thinktank as a "halfway house" for politicians reluctant to introduce for-profit schools in England. But the report, from Policy Exchange, makes clear it sees privately-owned schools run for a profit as the best solution to the "shortage of good school places".

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