Monday, 6 December 2010


"For a system's improvement journey to be sustained over the long term, the improvements have to be integrated into the very fabric of the system pedagogy. We have identified three ways that improving systems do this: by establishing collaborative practices, by developing a mediating layer between the schools and the centre, and by architecting tomorrow's leadership. Each of these aspects of sustaining improvement is an interconnected and integral part of the system pedagogy."
McKinsey 'How the world's most improved school systems keep getting better'.

The McKinsey report clearly identifies the need for cooperative and collaborative practice to drive system improvement. This approach to professional development within a powerful learning community needs a supportive. disciplined and focused mediating team to network, support and drive system development and to develop system leadership.

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