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Ofsted plans 'dawn raids'

Ofsted, the education watchdog in England, has announced plans to use "dawn raids" for all school inspections. Sir Michael Wilshaw, Ofsted's new chief inspector, said that fear of underhand tactics, highlighted by TES on 6 January in an article "Tricks of the trade", was one of the reasons for the change from September.

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