GTC racism review

25th June 2010 at 01:00

General Teaching Council for England bosses have ordered a review into the way they deal with "racist teachers" following the controversial case of BNP supporter Adam Walker. Ten cases will be scrutinised as part of the inquiry, which will be led by staff from the Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence. GTC chair Gail Mortimer said: "I am painfully aware that the reputation of the GTC, and the credibility of its commitment to combating racism, has been strongly criticised in recent weeks."

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