Ofsted chief to take charge of probe into Islamic school plot
Sir Michael Wilshaw, the head of Ofsted, will take personal control of the alleged "Trojan Horse" plot in Birmingham as the National Union of Teachers say the investigation is biased
The head of Ofsted will take personal charge of the watchdog's investigation into an alleged Islamic take over of schools in Birmingham after it emerged at least six will be branded as failing.
Sir Michael Wilshaw is to visit the city this week to finalise a high-level probe into the plot to "Islamise" secular state schools, it emerged.
He will finalise reports into 18 schools following claims pressure has been placed on head teachers to illegally segregate pupils by gender and marginalise non-Muslims.
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