Teaching union hits out at academy bosses’ ‘eye-watering’ pay

New NASUWT president will tell annual conference that trust boss salaries are ‘verging on criminality’

Academy trust bosses in England are being paid “eye-watering” salaries that are “verging on criminality”, according to the incoming president of one of the country’s leading teaching unions.

Phil Kemp, the new national president of the NASUWT, will accuse some academy leaders of taking advantage of the increasing deregulation of the education system to pay themselves excessive sums of money from the public purse.

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