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Teachers become first in Britain to face lifetime classroom ban for trying to impose too much Islam on education
Two teachers have become the first in the country to face a lifetime classroom ban for trying to impose too much Islam on pupils' education, leaving them at risk of exploitation.
A panel has found former Park View Academy teachers Akeel Ahmed, 41, of Wolverhampton, and Inamulhaq Anwar, 34, of Bordesley Green, guilty of professional misconduct at a hearing of the National College for Teaching and Leadership (NCTL).
The pair both agreed with others to the "inclusion of an undue amount of religious influence in the education of the pupils" at Park View in Alum Rock before March 31 last year, ruled the panel.
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