21 May 2014

Michael Gove calls for further schools investigations after Trojan Horse affair

Michael Gove has ordered snap investigations into Muslim schools in several cities around England, widening the focus outside of the so-called Trojan Horse allegations of an Islamist plot involving state schools in Birmingham.

At least five independent Muslim schools in Leicester, Bradford and Luton are said to have been visited by Ofsted inspectors at the request of the Department for Education in recent weeks, raising concerns among Muslim educators that they are being targeted in the wake of the Trojan Horse affair.

[A COMMENT] .... if a white person made comments about a group of people deserving death, but said it could only happen in an 'ideal state', would he be given the benefit of the doubt by liberals and left wing people, especially when he was in charge of children's education? [The Guardian] Read more