OFSTED, the British education inspectorate, should be abolished

Yet another example of bureaucratic language that is “not intended to express but to prevent thought”:

The account in The Times of the murder by stabbing of Mary Maguire, a teacher in Leeds, quoted a recent report by the Office for Standards in Education (OFSTED) about the school in which it took place. ‘Students,’ said the report, ‘say they feel very safe in the school. It is clear they have a good understanding of how to keep themselves safe.’

Read the rest here at the Salisbury Review

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