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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Christopher Chapman; Helen Gunter
|ISBN:||9780415464017 0415464013 9780415464024 0415464021 9780203884119 0203884116|
|Description:||xv, 256 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||A decade of new labour reform of education --
Labouring to lead --
Accountability for improvement: rhetoric or reality? --
Control and response in primary school teacher's work --
Raising standards: what is the evidence? --
School leaders: meeting the challenges of change --
Remodelling and distributed leadership : the case of the school business manager --
Initial teachers education: a(nother) decade of radical reform --
New provision of schooling --
Networking a more equitable educational future? Rhetorics and realities --
Personalized learning --
"Swing, swing together": multi-agency work in the new children's services --
New labour and breaking the education and poverty link: a conceptual account of its educational policies --
Using research to foster inclusion and equity within the context of new labour education reforms --
Debating new labour education policy --
Reflections on reform: perspectives and challenges.
|Responsibility:||edited by Christopher Chapman and Helen M. Gunter.|
International commentators and researchers have likened England to a science laboratory where the rate of experimentation has developed at a frenetic pace. Focusing on education as a major area of public policy in England, this book explores a decade of rapid and intensive modernization.
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- Educational change -- Great Britain.
- Education and state -- Great Britain.
- Educational accountability -- Great Britain.
- Educational leadership -- Great Britain.
- Education and state.
- Educational accountability.
- Educational change.
- Educational leadership.
- Great Britain.