School Oversight and Intervention

This Public Accounts Committee report suggests that problems in some schools in England are going undetected until serious damage has been done due to increased school autonomy. The report cited the case of two of the schools at the centre of the Trojan Horse allegations in Birmingham recently, which were rated outstanding and thus exempt from routine inspections but nevertheless ran into problems. Leadership Briefing 9.07(103)

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