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Posts Tagged: Ofsted
School standards mean it is unremarkable that the Germans are often so fluent in English.
Chris Whitehouse: Ofsted Chairman’s insult that people of the Isle of Wight are “inbred” makes his position untenable.
Attracting high calibre teachers to the Island has always been a challenge, these remarks will make it harder.
Amidst the stand off over the next chief executive school inspections have been cut to the bone.
His legacy will be an inspection regime that is not working.
Nick Gibb remained calm and reasonable at a teachers union conference.
Burdens have been lifted. But what are we supposed to do now?
The paperwork culture has grown up because people in positions of authority in education have found it to their advantage.
Ofsted often indulge in unfair generalisations – reform of the inspection system is needed.
This education watchdog needs to judge schools on their teaching not their paperwork.
Educational standards are undermined by a network that is still powerful within Ofsted and teacher training colleges.
Anna Round: If Osborne’s Northern Powerhouse is to work, it needs devolved education and skills – not just infrastructure
Nicky Morgan’s department is the untouched by devolution – yet it can make the biggest difference in creating the Northern Powerhouse,
Does Sir Michael really believe he can inspect, say, an A level physics lesson on the back of his history degree?
The result has been a sharp reduction in quality.
Ofsted’s latest report is dynamite – at last we are getting to the truth.