Schools Week reports
that former Haredis in Britain have provided helping hands in discovering how some Haredi-run schools have not provided accurate data, and Ofsted didn't do any better:
According to the BHA, analysis conducted by ex-Charedi Jews has revealed inconsistencies in the inspection outcomes of some Charedi Jewish schools. The BHA said: “Looking at Ofsted reports of independent Charedi boys schools during the period 2007-2014, it was found that Charedi schools were rated as ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’ 71% of the time when inspected by a member of the Jewish community, but only 22% of the time when inspected by a non-Charedi inspector.”
The analysis only included Charedi boys’ schools and the schools are in Hackney in London, Gateshead, Manchester and Salford. The BHA added that this “reinforced concerns” raised last year “after a former pupil of a Charedi school told the All Party Parliamentary Humanist Group (APPHG) that Ofsted inspectors have not always been independent from the schools they are inspecting”.
Of course, if these were Muslim madrassas in focus, they'd be a lot more lenient on them than they are on these farcical schools. So like I've said a few times before, it's shameful how the insular Haredis in the UK are taking attention away from more worrisome issues with their insultingly isolationist approach and how they're abusing tax money.
Labels: haredi corruption, londonistan, Moonbattery