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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