Ex-inspectors take legal action

12th April 2013 at 01:00

Ofsted inspectors who have been banned from passing judgement on schools because they are not qualified teachers are taking legal action against the watchdog for loss of earnings. At least 30 former inspectors say their track records make them better at grading lessons than some teachers. Ofsted introduced a ban on unqualified teachers inspecting schools last year.

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