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School Improvement In Practice Schools Make A Difference - A Case Study Approach

by Kate Myers

School Improvement In Practice Schools Make A Difference - A Case Study Approach Synopsis

Effective change leading to school improvement is the focus of this practical text. Designed to be dipped into, or read as a whole, the contributors recount their experiences of effecting change in schools in one inner-city LEA. The story unfolds through the eyes of the project manager, the Director of Education, headteachers and project co- ordinators, and the external evaluator. Adopting a case study approach, evidence is presented of what happened in three schools investigated and the book includes contributions from students, parents and governors.; The volume examines what actually works to improve and make schools more effective, and should be of interest to all those involved in any way with school improvement.

Book Information

ISBN: 9780750704403
Publication date: 13th October 1995
Author: Kate Myers
Publisher: Routledge Falmer an imprint of Taylor & Francis Ltd
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 173 pages
Categories: Education,

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