A war of words has broken out over the quality of teachers in schools across Wales and the independence of the inspectors who are supposed to ensure the highest possible standards.
It comes after the Chief Inspector of Education and Training, Ann Keane expressed fresh concern about reading and writing. Her annual report says: "in over half of secondary schools, some teachers' expectations are too low."
But tonight the NASUWT - Wales largest teaching union - said Estyn itself should be graded as "barely adequate", on the basis of today's report. Our education correspondent Joanna Simpson has the story.
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