Ofsted boss clashes with private school heads over ‘deep pockets’ remark

In an article in the Guardian, 02/10/2103, Wendy Berliner and Richard Adams report that Sir Michael Wilshaw, the chief inspector of schools, provoked an angry response from the heads of leading independent schools at the HMC annual conference when he accused them of preferring to educate "those whose parents have deep pockets" rather than local disadvantaged pupils.

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