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Teachers from high-performing areas will be required to work in struggling schools for up to two years under a new scheme to be unveiled by Ofsted. The new “national service” for teachers will form part of a report from the Chief Inspector of Schools, Sir Michael Wilshaw, to tackle “mediocrity and low expectations” in Brita...
Edward Timpson said extending the amount of time young people could stay with their foster families would ensure some of the most vulnerable could get a better start...
Sir Michael Wilshaw said the biggest challenge facing schools was maintaining progress. "I said last year when I joined Ofsted that mediocrity had settled into th...
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