Seven-strong permanent board at controversial arms-length body appointed
Organisations sought to provide curriculum resources for subjects including computing and religious education
Successful applicants to the paid roles will be employed by yet-to-be-appointed curriculum partners, rather than Oak itself
A blind application process for its subject expert groups and new permanent board has been launched by Oak National...
Arms-length curriculum body Oak, which faces a judicial review legal challenge, said views from the sector would help shape...
Trade bodies claim quango poses 'existential risk' to sector viability, but Oak says legal action is 'extremely disappointing'
Parliamentarians are among those warning £42m quango is a waste of 'vital public funding'
Government draws on contingency cash for new quango, as former Gove adviser joins board
New education secretary urged to suspend predecessor's plans for Oak academy amid political uncertainty and competition fears