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The Association of Teachers and Lecturers has claimed that the government's highly trumpeted design-oriented city academies are open to exploitation by the private sector. At the association's annual conference in Torquay on Tuesday (22 March), it condemned the degree of control private sponsors obtain in return for the money they put up for running costs.

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