Making Schools More Effective: Report of the Australian Effective Schools Project

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Australian Council for Educational Research, 1993 - Education - 199 pages
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Presents the findings of an Australia-wide project managed by the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER), which sought the views of teachers, students, parents and other interested individuals on how Australia's schools might be made more effective. The research covers curriculum, staffing, parent and student involvement, and the administration of schools. Included are tables of survey responses and a list of references. Co-authors are Kevin Piper, Diana Banks and Beryl Evans.

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Keys to school effectiveness
Aspects of an effective school

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