Tes podcast: Rising MAT executive pay

The latest edition of education's favourite podcast

podcast Feb 6

Tes deputy editor Ed Dorrell and news editor William Stewart square up to each other on the question of whether MAT bosses deserve £150K+ salaries. A Tes investigation revealed a third of MATs that were questioned by the DfE about high salaries still went on to award pay increases last year.

We also talk about how British teachers are affected by the Coronavirus, and we discuss a potential tougher climate for private schools under the new government – as Tes gears up to host its independent school awards evening in a prestigious ceremony in central London tonight.

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