The head of Ofsted is to take a "personal lead" in the watchdog's investigation into allegations of a hardline Muslim takeover plot at a number of Birmingham schools, it has been announced.
Sir Michael Wilshaw is to visit the city next week to meet those directly involved in the inspections.
Ofsted has assessed more than a dozen Birmingham schools in recent weeks in the wake of the so-called "Trojan Horse" allegations and the findings are expected to be published in early May.
An Ofsted spokesman said: "Sir Michael has made clear that he is taking a personal lead in agreeing the individual reports and ensuring that they fully address concerns that have been raised."
Birmingham Council has published a list of schools which were inspected as a result of an alleged plot to seize control of governing bodies.
Peter Clarke has been appointed oversee investigation into hardline Islamist takeover plot at Birmingham schools.
The number of schools being investigated in an alleged hardline Muslim plot to force out governors and headteachers has now broadened to 25.