The following story narrowly missed publication by Private Eye recently. I think this follow-up to a diary article which ran in my Guardian education column last year is something the public should know about, so am publishing it here.   It puts a new spin on voluntary work. Last year, I was told that the chief executive of a group of academy schools was doing so on an unpaid basis. Now, it has emerged, following the publication of the chain’s annual accounts, that a company of which he was a director was paid nearly £80,000 for the year. The Chapel St chain stands by itsRead More →