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9 June 2014, 07:13 | Updated: 30 March 2016, 13:50
Oftsed have investigated 21 schools in the City after recieving complaints accusing school governors of forcing extremist views onto children.
A leaked report has suggested a number of those will be put into special measures when the results are published later.
Another inquiry by the Education Funding Agency has found some of the schools being looked into, hastily arranged Christian events to take place when they knew inspectors would be visiting.
David Cameron will chair a meeting of special taskforce today ahead of the publication by Ofsted.
It's head will be asked whether school inspections should go ahead without warning in future, to prevent cover-ups taking place.
In a statement the Prime Minsister says he has been deeply concerned by the allegations made about extremism and that
"Protecting our children is one of the first duties of Government and that is why the issue of alleged Islamist extremism in Birmingham schools demands a robust response.
The Education Secretary will now ask Sir Michael Wilshaw to look into allowing any school to be inspected at no notice, stopping schools having the opportunity to cover up activities which have no place in our society."
David Cameron also says he has been reassured by Ofsted that they will maintain a regular presence in Birmingham schools with reports from inspectors coming directly to the he Education Secretary.