sábado, 27 de julio de 2013

100 schools stripped of 'outstanding' rating - The Times (subscription)

More than 100 schools have been stripped of their top Ofsted rating since tougher inspection rules were introduced.

Sir Michael Wilshaw, Ofsted's chief inspector, tightened the rules to restrict the highest grade of "outstanding" to schools where this was matched by the quality of teaching.

New figures published by Ofsted showed that since last autumn, when the new rules took effect, Ofsted had reinspected 155 schools previously rated as outstanding but where the teaching was marked lower by inspectors.

Only 44 of these schools retained their top rating and were judged outstanding, two were declared inadequate, nine were found to

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