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Two Trojan Horse schools taken out of special measures
Two schools in Birmingham which plunged into special measures after being tied up in the Trojan Horse scandal have fought their way out.
Nansen Primary and Rockwood Academy – formerly known as Park View – were deemed 'inadequate' when they each received their last full inspection in April 2014.
However, education watchdog Ofsted has now rated both as "good" in a major milestone following Trojan Horse – an alleged plot by Islamists to take over some Birmingham schools.
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