martes, 5 de noviembre de 2013

Free school failings a 'blow for Cameron' - The Times (subscription)

A flagship free school claimed tens of thousands of pounds of public money which was not used for its intended purposes, it has been revealed.

The disclosure on the BBC's Newsnight programme, alleging that invoices were falsified and £86,000 was misused, comes after an investigation by the Education Funding Agency found "serious failings" in the financial management of Kings Science Academy (KSA) in Bradford.

It also emerged that the headmaster Sajid Raza employed a number of family members to work, including his brother as a governor, sister as a senior teacher and his father as school bus driver.

The Department

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