14 Oct '14

News Trojan horse schools have done little to fix problems - Ofsted

Inspections reveal poor teaching and governance continue in Birmingham schools at centre of alleged Islamic infiltration plotSnap visits by Ofsted inspectors to the Birmingham schools at the centre of the Trojan horse affair reveal little has been done to overhaul their management and teaching practices, according to their reports.In a letter to the education secretary, Nicky Morgan, which accompanied the inspection reports, Ofsteds chief inspector, Sir Michael Wilshaw, said the government needed to take more rapid action to fix problem academies, and criticised Birmingham city council for failing to reveal its plans. Continue reading...

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