Today’s poll: Should private schools lose their tax breaks if they fail to sponsor a state academy?

Sir Michael Wilshaw has criticised the private sector for not doing enough for disadvantaged children and suggested they should lose their charitable status and associated tax breaks if they fail to sponsor a state academy – good idea?

 

Should private schools lose their tax breaks if they fail to sponsor a state academy?

 

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Comments

  1. enablerbro1

    SchoolsImprove pigironjoe They should just lose their tax breaks, they’re businesses and should survive as such.

  2. flelroy

    SchoolsImprove how I’d co-ercing private schools going to benefit a sponsored academy? Better still. Stop charity status full stop

  3. VictoriaJaquiss

    SchoolsImprove Private schools know nowt about state schools, and academies have even less right to exist, being stolen state schools.

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