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'Invisible' poor pupils let down

Top teachers should be deployed in schools that are failing their poorest pupils, the Ofsted chief inspector claims. Sir Michael Wilshaw warns there is an "invisible minority" of disadvantaged children who are being let down by schools.

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Top teachers can help 'challenge schools to do better'

Ofsted's chief inspector Sir Michael Wilshaw has reiterated his call for so-called "National Service" teachers to help raise standards in struggling schools across the country.

Speaking on ITV News, he said this approach - where top headteachers and teachers drive up standards - had been successful in London and other large cities:

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