Conflicts of interest in academy sponsorship

September 2014
Education Journal;9/11/2014, Issue 209, p21
Academic Journal
The article discusses the 2014 report "Conflicts of Interest in Academy Sponsorship Arrangements," by Toby Greany and Jean Scott of the London Centre for Leadership in Learning at the University of London for the British House of Commons Education Select Committee. Topics addressed include the study's findings of four areas of conflict of interest, the general adherence of large academy trusts to the regulations, and improvements on the national frameworks for guiding such arrangements.


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