Trojan Horse probe schools 'could be taken over by superheads'
Ministers believed to have approached successful schools and academies about taking over responsibility for centres facing allegations
Schools linked to the Trojan Horse probe could be taken over by 'superheads', it has been claimed.
Four separate investigations are examining claims hardline Islamists have been trying to take control of some Birmingham schools through dirty tricks campaigns.
Education watchdog Ofsted and the Department for Education will deliver reports this summer, which are expected to put some schools into special measures.
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