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Why should for-profit providers of education services be excluded from the schools market? A review of theory and evidence

Opponents of the idea that schools could be owned and operated by businesses for profit often claim that such can only come at the expense of quality. Until relatively recently, there's been little rigourous evidence to help settle this question, but now that there is, it's clear that there’s no basis for this claim, and therefore for excluding commercial operators.

CMRE Forum breakfast, 31st August 2016

‘Autonomy? Accountability? Leadership?: What’s stopping Academies?’

CMRE Forum roundtable, 14th June 2016

‘Balancing autonomy with accountability in the ‘self-improving’ schools system’ - view from the MAT - Sir Daniel Moynihan

CMRE Forum dinner, 25th May 2016

‘Wanted: new schools, with purpose’ - with Nick Timothy, (then) Director of the New Schools Network

CMRE Forum dinner, 25th April 2016

‘Balancing autonomy with accountability in the “self-improving” schools system - a view from the School Commissioner's Office
 

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