15th November 1996 at 00:00
Nottingham University's school of education is not best pleased with the Office for Standards in Education (join the queue, chums) if its pages on the Internet are anything to go by. OFSTED reports are available on the Web, it tells students, "but it should be noted that OFSTED has chosen the most awkward way of doing things [for technical details to do with UK schools' reliance on Acorn computers which Carborundum does not propose to go into here], but as OFSTED's main function is to make life difficult for schools at least they are consistent".

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