Ofsted: Trojan Horse schools 'still failing to promote British values'
Ofsted says that five schools at the centre of the Trojan Horse affair in Birmingham are failing to improve, with teachers struggling to promote religious 'tolerance'
Schools at the centre of the Trojan Horse scandal are still promoting an "unbalanced curriculum" and segregating boys and girls in the classroom, according to Ofsted.
The education watchdog said "very little action" had been taken to address major failings at five Birmingham schools suspected of being subjected to an alleged takeover plot by hard-line Muslims.
In a letter to Nicky Morgan, the Education Secretary, it was claimed that "too much poor practice" had remained "unchallenged" in the last five months.
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