As pointed out above, teachers' salaries were not mentioned in this piece which really only scratched the surface of the extent of fraud going on in academies. The "what does a good teacher make?" advertising campaign falsely claimed that pay scales are considerably higher than they are. Many academies are notorious for wringing out trainees, failing them and offering either another year as a trainee or a lower grade post. The Anti Academies Alliance has amassed evidence for years, but to date, the Government's response to any approach about pay has been "schools are free to manage their own budgets". The documentary would have had even greater impact if the price of one phony consultant had been shown to be worth three teachers or five trained classroom assistants thereby making it unnecessary to exclude SEN students to massage the results.