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Written by Adrian Gray, a former Executive Committee member. It shows that school inspection has been a key factor in the European educational landscape for 200 years. The book also explains how inspection and evaluation approaches have changed and developed, especially over the last fifty years, reflecting changing ideas about school leadership and accountability - and also responding to technical changes such as new data and exam systems. This is an important step for SICI as they seek to grow and extend their influence on best inspection practice. They will be developing a number of conference presentations around the content of the book which will be adapted to the needs of audiences such as policymakers, school leaders and new school inspectors. The content will be of great value for education policymakers and inspectors globally as we see how inspection works in different contexts.
|Publication date:||1st March 2019|
|Publisher:||Bookworm of Retford|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
|Categories:||Schools inspection (& preparing for inspection),|
ADRIAN GRAY has an MA in history from Cambridge University. He has been a school leader and one of Her Majesty's Inspectors in England, where he also held various senior management roles in OFSTED. He was a member of the Executive Committee of the Standing International Conference of Inspectorates until 2017, and wrote its influential publication Supporting School Improvement: the Role of Inspectorates across Europe (2014). He is currently an education consultant and speaker and is available for conferences through River Education Services Ltd. https: //rivereducation.co.uk/More About Adrian Gray