New inspections ‘still disadvantage’ less affluent schools, analysis suggests

Schools with challenging intakes are still disadvantaged under Ofsted’s new framework, suggests an analysis of the first inspections.

Although the sample size is small – it looks at the first 36 inspections – the findings seem to challenge assurances from Ofsted that its new framework would level the playing field.

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