On the surface, it would seem they're concerned about this case
, but in the long run, that has yet to be confirmed:
The investigation into an alleged plot by hardline Muslims to force out uncooperative head teachers and governors has widened to 15 schools.
Ofsted inspectors have been sent into the schools, all of which are in Birmingham, to investigate allegations of extremism and radicalism which came to light after an anonymous letter apparently setting out a “Trojan horse” blueprint for seizing control of governing bodies was leaked.
Ofsted will closely examine 15 schools after Michael Gove, the Education Secretary, ordered a series of inspections. The Department for Education (DfE) said it was vital these were “carried out impartially’’ and said it would be inappropriate to comment further at this stage.
A parallel investigation is being carried out by Birmingham city council, and one academy school has had its financial arrangements reviewed. The council last week announced a freeze on the recruitment of local authority school governors across Birmingham, stating the system was “not fit for purpose’’.
What are the odds this inquiry won't affect schools where a sizable number of the students are already Muslim? Come to think of it, what guarantee do we have results will be publicized for the inquiry to let people know what's going on? And who knows if any bad Muslim employees will be let go? In that country, you just can't count on them to be efficient.
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