For-profit firms 'should run failing schools'

Wednesday, 17 October 2012

For-profit firms 'should run failing schools'


"Prime Minister David Cameron's former policy chief has called for profit-making firms to be brought in to run England's persistently failing schools.

James O'Shaughnessy says proven education firms should be paid by results to turn such schools around.

His report for the Policy Exchange think tank says England 'faces a serious educational problem'."

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