TES article – Sometimes you just couldn’t make it up. Last week, Ofsted produced a report on English teaching. The report contained lots of positives; English teaching was good or outstanding in 70 per cent of the lessons observed. But the inspectors identified a problem; standards in English were, they complained, constrained by some commonly held “myths”.
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