Has the Department for Education (DfE) taken seriously the "Trojan horse" report by former counter-terrorism officer Peter Clarke, which it had commissioned? Although the DfE has yet to respond to all the recommendations, one proposal has caught the attention of academy governance, being the presumption that individuals should only act as governors for a maximum of two schools, to combat “undue influence”. This recommendation refers to Lord Nash who is chair of trustees at an academy trust, is the co-chair of governors with his wife at one of the trust’s schools, while being a governor at the remaining two. Moreover, Lord Nash and his wife are both governors in all four schools within the Future academies chain along with Lord Nash being the minister responsible for all academies across England. The DfE declined to mention its reaction to Lord Nash’s influence at Future.
On another note, the Development for Education’s "brokerage" process of academies should be reviewed for transparency; a recommendation prompted by Clarke. “Brokerage” refers to the process by which officials choose a specific academy sponsor for a school. Currently, the meeting between DfE brokers and governing bodies is not minuted and the selection of sponsors, and transferring of schools is opaque. Given that transparency has not yet been achieved, a lot of parents continue to worry about enforced academy conversions. Despite the emphasis on the necessity of this transparency review the DfE did not mention it in its official response to the Clarke report. The council state that it is to suffer a £4.1m cut in funding from the government this year because Parkfield Free School, in central Bournemouth, is to swap limits from Bournemouth to Dorset. It is believed that few of Dorset’s pupils will attend Parkfield, due to the fact that it will be located away from the county’s main population areas. However, the DfE has denied cutting the budget of the Dorset council, which could be reviewed in the future. Last but not least, over 1,000 people have signed an online petition supporting the union official, Julie Davies, who has been suspended by Haringey council for “gross misconduct”. Reports suggest this was a result of an email Davies sent to one of the councillors about her rubbish bins not being collected, although the council has not commented officially.
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