First judgments show up flaws in new single inspection system

Neil Puffett
Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Senior managers at the first five children's services departments to have undergone the new Ofsted single inspection support the principles behind the framework, but think the process needs improving if it is to get their full backing.

 Some of those inspected feel the new framework still puts too much emphasis on examining case files. Picture: iStock
Some of those inspected feel the new framework still puts too much emphasis on examining case files. Picture: iStock

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