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Head teachers warning that they face financial ruin are furious after it was revealed that ministers had invited grammar school leaders to apply for £150m over three years for new selective school places.
Prime Minister Theresa May will this week announce plans to create a specialist maths school in every British city, with the Government’s industrial strategy to outline £170m of funding to establish Institutes of Technology.
Laura Mc Inerney in the Guardian looks at outgoing chief inspector of schools Sir Michael Wilshaw.
She says that in his five years as boss Ofsted has seen its reputation improve, citing moves to have inspectors trained in-house, a new framework which makes expectations on schools clearer and efforts to ensure faith in inspectors’ independence among positives.
Education Secretary Justine Greening has announced that her £72m social mobility programme will expand to more regions where youngsters are failing to achieve their potential, with Doncaster, Bradford, Fenland & East Cambridgeshire, Hastings, Ipswich, and Stoke to become Opportunity Areas.
The idea that schoolchildren are overtested is a "myth", Ofsted's new chief inspector of schools has claimed.
Amanda Spielman has used her first interview as chief inspector of England’s schools to say that Brexit is set to absorb much Government time and attention, meaning it may be harder for Ofsted “to get the focus sometimes that we need,” while also declaring that the move toward creating more grammar schools is a “distraction” to the inspectorate’s work.
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