Former DfE official to lead children's services in Birmingham

Neil Puffett
Wednesday, March 29, 2017

A former Department for Education civil servant who was dispatched to Birmingham to oversee school improvement in the wake of the Trojan Horse scandal has been appointed as the local authority's director of children's services.

Colin Diamond has been working in Birmingham as deputy education commissioner since 2015. Picture: Birmingham City Council
Colin Diamond has been working in Birmingham as deputy education commissioner since 2015. Picture: Birmingham City Council

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