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The tensions between economic and educational choices for schools have never been sharper

Toby Greany and Rob Higham. The economic and regulatory incentives facing state schools in England are increasingly in tension with an inclusive, broad and balanced education for pupils. Since 2010 the Government has used the language of a ‘self-improving school-led

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Posted in accountability and inspection, Leadership and management, Uncategorized

Four reasons why female teachers are paid less than men

Rebecca Allen.  The teaching profession in England remains dominated by women, but as they accumulate experience in the classroom their pay gradually falls behind that of men. By the time secondary school teachers have accumulated 20 years of experience, men

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Posted in Leadership and management, Teachers and teaching assistants

Which modern management techniques work best for schools?

 Alex Bryson, Lucy Stokes and David Wilkinson.  (Reblogged from LSE Business Review) For decades, private sector firms have been aware of the benefits they can derive by investing in the management of their employees. Incentivising employees through individual and group performance

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How can school leaders who exclude foster a climate of belonging?

Kathryn Riley.  There are some depressing statistics in the air at the moment: it must be the change in the seasons. They include an increase in hate crimes post Brexit – which led the Big Issue (September 26-October 2nd) to

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Isn’t time we focused on what matters – schools in which staff, students and families feel they belong?

Kathryn Riley.   I amble across the tranquil shores of Studland Bay, Dorset on an unexpectedly hot day. My Labrador Finnegan is in fine fettle. Not being a sun worshiper, I’m dressed in a baggy pair of cotton trousers, long

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Posted in Leadership and management, Teaching, learning, curriculum & assessment
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