Inspection fears

10th April 2009 at 01:00

Nearly two-thirds of teachers do not think their school is fully prepared to be inspected on its duty to promote community cohesion, new research suggests. A poll by the National Foundation for Educational Research, commissioned by Ofsted, asked 1,330 teachers about their schools. Of these, 5 per cent said their school was "not prepared at all", 59 per cent said it had "prepared to some extent", and only 26 per cent said it was "very prepared".

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