Professionals decry Ofsted 'dawn raid' inspections

Gabriella Jozwiak
Thursday, January 17, 2013

Local government and education professionals have denounced Ofsted's decision to carry out "dawn raids" in local authority areas containing high proportions of under-performing schools.

Ofsted chief inspector Michael Wilshaw says opportunities for parents to access good schools vary too much. Image: Ofsted
Ofsted chief inspector Michael Wilshaw says opportunities for parents to access good schools vary too much. Image: Ofsted

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