Crying out for a break from Ofsted's 'overblown regime'

15th January 2010 at 00:00

Last week's TES editorial was headlined "Heads face uphill battle in bid to oust poor staff".

But why was there no reference to what happens with headteachers who are not up to the job?

Mike Kent, once again, gave the real answer: they become Ofsted inspectors.

R Wolstencroft, Cardiff.

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