The former chairman of governors at an Islamic school in Birmingham has been banned from managing schools.
Waseem Yaqub, who served on the governing board of Al-Hijrah School in the city, was found to have engaged in inappropriate conduct which made him "unsuitable to take part in the management of an independent school".
Independent schools also include academies or free schools.
The prohibition order was published by the Department for Education (DfE).
The barring decision also has the effect of disqualifying him from being a governor at…