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We can turn round Derby crisis Al-Madinah School, says trust chief
by Zena Hawley
Derby's failing Muslim free school has been thrown a lifeline by the Government.
After being threatened with closure because of its poor academic standards and dire financial situation, Al-Madinah School could become part of a 22-strong academic trust.
The school's three founding trustees – Shazia Parveen, Shahban Rehmat and Ziad Amjad – have said they will step down, paving the way for new sponsors.
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