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Multi-academy trusts (MATs): holding local governing bodies to account

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Last updated on 15 May 2017
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How does the board hold local governing bodies to account? We look at guidance on multi-academy trust governance, as well as relaying advice from two of our associate experts. We also refer to a handbook from a trust which outlines how accountability is managed.

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Contents

  1. 1 Accountability in MATs 
  2. 2 Reports from LGBs 
  3. 3 LGB meetings and minutes
  4. 4 Reports from individuals 
  5. 5 Examples of arrangements from MATs

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