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Schools with a deficit before academy conversion

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Last updated on 25 May 2017
School types: Maintained · School phases: Primary, Secondary
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What happens to a school's debt before academy conversion? We refer to guidance from the Education Funding Agency (EFA) on schools with deficits before academy conversion. We look at information on academies without a sponsor, sponsored academies and converter academies.

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Contents

  1. 1 Deficits are dealt with before becoming an academy
  2. 2 Paying off a deficit when becoming an academy
  3. 3 Academies in deficit

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