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Schools that go it alone do best – report

The Guardian, 8 November 2010
Publié le : 8 novembre 2010
 Jeevan Vasagar 

"The most successful schools ignore government advice and set their own standards for effective teaching, according to a thinktank report published today.

"The best schools have an "open culture", in which heads regularly pop into classrooms informally, the thinktank Reform says.

""The teachers view this as supportive rather than threatening ... the best schools foster an expectation and culture of perpetual improvement."

"This change in culture leads to failing teachers either improving or leaving, the report says."

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