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21 January 2020 — Press release
This year’s annual report finds the overall quality of education and care in England is good and improving, but chief inspector warns against complacency.
21 January 2020 — Speech
Ofsted’s Chief Inspector Amanda Spielman discusses the quality of education, training and care services in England at the launch of Ofsted’s Annual Report today.
21 January 2020 — Corporate report
Ofsted’s Annual Report presents our findings for the areas we inspect in early years childcare, schools, further education and skills and social care.
13 January 2020 — News story
Daniel Muijs, Ofsted’s Deputy Director, Research and Evaluation, summarises our reasons for carrying out our own research at Ofsted.
10 January 2020 — News story
Research into initial teacher education (ITE) curriculum reveals effective mentoring and prioritising the needs of a trainee are two key indicators of quality.
8 January 2020 — Research and analysis
An evaluation report investigating why some schools improve and others have not.
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