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Why State Schools Fail

And What We Can Do to Fix Them



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Why State Schools Fail: And What We Can Do to Fix Them by Jill Clough
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How a headteacher moved from an independent school to a failing state school, got it out of Special Measures after three terms, but how major organizational problems in the control of schools by local and national government prevented the school's complete transformation. This book is the story of the headteacher's experience, her analysis of what is wrong with the state school system, and how it can be changed.
Release date NZ
July 31st, 2005
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
UIT Cambridge
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