England’s new flagship free schools will not be inspected to check standards until about two years after opening. The Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services, and Skills (OFSTED) said the schools will be visited earlier only if concerns are raised about their performance. The National Union of Teachers called the move “odd,” as typically schools that convert to become academies, or academies that take over failing schools, receive a visit a few months after opening to check their progress.
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