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Teachers could have pay frozen after poor school inspection reports
Teachers could have their pay frozen after school inspections under new Ofsted measures aimed at linking salaries with the quality of classroom performance.
Announcing the changes, Sir Michael Wilshaw, the chief inspector of schools, said Ofsted will "consider whether there is a correlation between the quality of teaching and salary progression".
MPs have recommended that teachers' pay should be more closely linked to the value they add to pupil performance so that the best are rewarded while the weakest are discouraged from staying in the profession.