The E-Act academy chain was stripped of 10 academies this week after it was given a “financial notice to improve” by the DfE's Education Funding Agency last year.
The reorganisation appears to have been triggered by several of the schools receiving damning reports about performance following Ofsted inspections.
E-Act will remain in control of the further 24 academies while Department for Education (DfE) officials work to find different sponsors for the 10 schools affected.
Education secretary Michael Gove said...
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