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Thousands of schools in England are converting to academy status - and many are open already.Find out where they are and who's sponsoring them - and help us fill in the gaps • Interactive map • Download the data • More data journalism and data visualisations from the Guardian There is a revolution happening in England's schools but - unless you have a son or daughter in one, or know someone who works in one - you might not know.Thousands of schools are coming out of state control, in ever-increasing numbers. The latest statistics, published recently by the Department for Education, shows that there are now 2,309 academies open across the country - ten times the 203 that had been created by the time the Coalition government came to power in 2010. Basically it is a school that's no longer under the jurisdiction of a local authority - either because it is an outstanding school which is funded directly by the Department for Education or, increasingly, because it is administered by a Sponsor, which can be a larger charities like the Harris or ARK groups, or a small federation of schools which have banded together.And the data might not be complete, either [UPDATE] - ARK Schools has contacted us to say: As of September 2012 ARK Schools runs 18 academies comprising nine stand alone secondary academies, six standalone primaries and three all-through academies which have both primary and secondary schools The Cabot Learning Federation in Bristol, has opened four primary academies this September - this would give a present total of ten academies in the Cabot Learning Federation with a further primary academy opening Sept 2013 this would bring the total up to eleven The data from the DFE clearly gives nine so there is obviously some time lag.But for parents at the 200 or so primary schools which will be forcibly transferred to academy status, the whole issue is filled with confusion - who are the sponsors, where do they come from - and which schools are going down the same route?By our calculations, Kent has the most - 157 either open or planned, followed by 139 in Essex.

In terms of sponsors, these are the biggest by total projects either open or upcoming.

It's led by Academies Enterprise Trust (AET) with 66 schools either in the pipeline or open.

120,000 teachers – a quarter of the frontline school workforce – are now employed in academies. It's too early to tell, although results are down at some of them.

This has already started happening - witness Downhills School in Haringey which is being forced to become an academy.

In order to make the data clearer, we have extracted the key spreadsheets from the DFE website - it includes open academies and those that will be opening soon.

We've merged it together with key performance and pupil data about each school from the DFE 'spine' (which lists almost every state school in the country), and spending datasets.

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