Friday, 20 June 2014


Interesting that in this country we are still focusing attention on unannounced inspections, additional top down accountability,  school choice and competition, whole class teaching, short-term outcomes, and data-driven decision-making while high performing countries and systems are re-examining their structures and policies to move towards research based approaches, developing learning communities, professional and intelligent accountability alongside greater autonomy, stronger active involvement of local communities and diversified teaching that responds to today’s widely varying populations of learners.

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