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Playing Politics with Inspection – are British values community cohesion revisited?

“Every school – whatever its intake and wherever it is located – is responsible for educating children and young people who will live and work in a country which is diverse in terms of cultures, religions or beliefs, ethnicities and social backgrounds” Tonight’s speech by Nicky Morgan at London’s exclusive Carlton club was big on …

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The coastal question: Ofsted and the new frontiers in education research

New data reveals that whilst 90% of Secondary schools serving areas classified as “ethnicity central” are graded good or outstanding, this figure is as low as 58% in areas classified as “hard pressed living” and “constrained city dwellers”. It’s not news that our state education system produces different results in different parts of the country. …

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