The evidence of HMI inspections shows that planning for improvement has not been a strength in the majority of primary and secondary schools. In the course of institutional inspections and specially arranged visits, however, HMI have analyzed how a number of schools have succeeded in improving themselves. This publication is based on the good practice they saw. Three case studies explore the variety of means by which a primary, a middle and a secondary school, each in very different circumstances, have planned for, and achieved, demonstrable improvements. With extensive use of concrete examples, exploration of processes that bring about improvement and suggested questions to ask along the way, the report provides heads, teachers and governors with practical guidelines they can use to improve their own schools.
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Book Description Stationery Office Books, 1994. Paperback. Book Condition: New. New paperback book. Bookseller Inventory # 117960