Ofsted Educational Audits In Special Measures

News / January 18, 2010

An amazing shot to the foot has been achieved by Ofsted in criticism  from heads and teaching unions  following the publication of a report into school accountability.

The Children, Schools and Families Select Committee, a cross-party group of MPs, said that England’s inspectorate risks becoming “unwieldy” and “uncoordinated” because of an increase in its responsibilities.

In addition, the MPs said the inspectorate was putting too much emphasis on “quantitative measures” such as test results, and should focus more on assessing the quality of teaching and learning when carrying out inspections.

Take a look at the full article on Secondary Education SecEd site

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