School Effectiveness, School Improvement

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Bloomsbury Academic, Dec 30, 2004 - Education - 202 pages
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The pressure on schools to improve and to raise achievement continues to be a dominant issue in both school and government policies. School Effectiveness and School Improvement seeks to develop the debate further, providing academics and practitioners alike with

a summary and discussion of research on school effectiveness and school improvement up to the present;

new perspectives on these fields, developed from other traditions of thinking and research;

a consideration of the role of organization theory;

an integrated view of these current perspectives; and

clear, practical implications for policy and practice.

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