Former Ofsted chief Wilshaw to work with schools in India
Sir Michael Wilshaw, who recently stepped down as the high-profile head of Ofsted, has revealed plans to work with schools in India.
England's former chief inspector of schools is going to become an adviser to the GEMS Education company.
Sir Michael was born in northern India and will be working with the international education firm's schools in the country.
"I have the opportunity to go back to my roots," says Sir Michael.
The GEMS group was founded by education entrepreneur Sunny Varkey, who has also funded the annual Global Teaching Prize.