No more blame

2nd June 2000 at 01:00
A selection of views posted on our website

No, schools should not report on inspectors because they would be taking part in the same current naming, blaming and shaming culture. What needs to be examined is the moralauthority of OFSTED, questions concerning its costs both monetary and human; its effects - is it raising standardsis it destroying education ? Is OFSTED able to be justified?

Jody Barnes

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