The result of David Hoare‚Äôs outburst on education in the Isle of Wight
ON the 6th August, I wrote a blog following the recent news that David Hoare, the chairman of Ofsted, said publically that the Isle of Wight was a ‚ÄòPoor‚Äô, ‚ÄòWhite‚Äô ‚ÄòGhetto‚Äô that suffers from ‚ÄòInbreeding‚Äô (Isle of Wight is pile of sh*te according to David Hoare). The choice words from David Hoare landed him in a bit of a predicament. Every element that teaching stands for‚Ä¶ Equality, Harmony, Inclusion had been completely disobeyed, utterly slurred by Mr Hoare‚Äôs publically spoken words. I think it‚Äôs the cheek of Mr Hoare (in such a high position of authority) that he could come out with something so blas√© and against what he is preaching to all teachers and education workers alike nationwide.
After behind the scenes discussions with David Hoare and his position of Ofsted chairman, Education Secretary Justine Greening announced in a parliamentary meeting this week, the news of David Hoare‚Äôs resignation.
Justine Greening‚Äôs words in parliament were ‚ÄúThe secretary of state requested his resignation. She believed that it was in the best interests of Ofsted and that it would help maintain the confidence of the education and care sectors.”
Justine Greening continued to say‚Ä¶
‚ÄúI have accepted David Hoare‚Äôs resignation from the post of Chair of the Board of Ofsted. I would like to thank David for his hard work in this role over the past two years.‚Äù
Follow these two TES links to read more about the afore mentioned.
The question now is are Ofsted in a¬†major¬†Crisis?
Read my blog next week to find out more‚Ä¶