22 Jul '14

News Trojan horse: teachers may face misconduct hearings, says Morgan

New education secretary also says she will look at allowing Ofsted to inspect academies in wake of scandalTeachers involved in allowing extremism in Birmingham schools will face misconduct hearings after a report found a "disturbing" effort by Islamic hardliners to gain control of some schools in the city, Nicky Morgan, the education secretary, has said.Describing the report as "upsetting", the new cabinet minister said she would appoint a new school commissioner for Birmingham and ordered Sir Bob Kerslake, the former head of the civil service, to review governance within the city's council. Continue reading...

Read the full story in Guardian Education
Log in Join