- First, they value and respect their teachers and employ the very best people in their classrooms;
- Second, they step back and let schools get on with it, free from bureaucratic control;
- Third, they encourage collaboration between schools; and
- Fourth, they hold schools to account in an intelligent way."
Tuesday, 28 June 2011
Leading experts like Sir Michael Barber and organizations like the OECD and McKinsey, have shown us time and again that the top performing nations have several key attributes in common: