Mike Cladingbowl, a nationally recognised education leader from Shropshire, has been appointed MBE.
The honour comes after Michael Cladingbowl became one of Her Majesty’s Inspectors in 2002 and later Ofsted’s national director of schools.
He told BBC Radio Shropshire: “I’ve seen education change youngsters’ lives.”
Mr Cladingbowl began his teaching career in 1987 and was the head teacher of a school in Cheshire for six years and has been honoured for services to education and said he was “really surprised” to receive the news.
“I see this as being a recognition of all the fantastic people I’ve worked with over the years,” he said.
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