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CALL FOR AUDIT COMMISSION TO EXAMINE SCHOOL INSPECTORS

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Teacher unions have called for the Audit Commission to investigate the value for money of inspections of Welsh scho...
Teacher unions have called for the Audit Commission to investigate the value for money of inspections of Welsh schools after it was revealed contractors were charging an average £20,000 to inspect a secondary school, and £8,000 to inspect a primary school, The Western Mail reports.

The chief inspector of schools in Wales, Roy James, said: 'Where would you be able to get a first-class consultancy service for less?'
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