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School Improvement after Inspection?

School and LEA Responses (Published in association with the British Educational Leadership and Management Society)

by Peter Earley

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  • 19 Currently reading

Published by Paul Chapman Educational Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Schools,
  • Teacher assessment,
  • Education,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • Educational Policy & Reform,
  • Education / Administration,
  • Administration - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages192
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11967673M
    ISBN 101853964026
    ISBN 109781853964022

      The passage of ESSA () brought new protocols for school improvement[1] and has led to a new interest amongst United States’ policymakers in the school inspection model. On-site inspections are widely used in Europe to evaluate schools. The appeal of inspections lies in their capacious understanding of school quality that includes not only students’ test. inspection services to evaluate teachers and/or schools and teacher evaluation is becoming more widely used. In all countries, there is widespread process of school development and improvement. As a result, for instance, it is pertinent to include training for evaluation in .

    "This book looks at the relationship between school inspection and school improvement. The authors show how heads have used inspectors' reports to put in place real school improvement. They deal with the contexts of inspection and comparisons are made with the Australian experience of school . Though they reported in their findings that school inspection visit improve school performance after one year of inspection visit. Preparation for Inspection At the school level, Matthews & Smith () highlight the importance of the preparation period before inspection contributing towards school improvement.

    time of our inspection. Please be aware that hidden damage may exist that can not be determined by our inspection but we have made every reasonable attempt to uncover areas of concern. Please feel free to call us with any questions you may have after you have had a . Twenty-seven low-performing schools in Minnesota are facilitating school improvement efforts through Federal SIG grants. Parent and community engagement was a significant focus for the grants, and the MDE’s school support office introduced several engagement strategies to support school .


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School inspection under OfSTED continues to generate discussion and controversy. This book contributes to the wider debate about the role and function of OfSTED inspection, particularly as it relates to school improvement and raising standards.

School inspection under OfSTED continues to generate discussion and book contributes to the wider debate about the role and function of OfSTED inspection, particularly as it relates to school improvement and raising standards.

What do we know about the impact OfSTED is having on schools, particularly in terms of their development. The OFSTED strapline ‘improvement through inspection’ appears to many teachers and headteachers to contain a paradox.

In the first instance it seeks to embody the notion of inspection as an externally imposed, ‘one off’ scrutiny of what is essentially a moving target; the term ‘snapshot’ is often applied to this kind of activity. School Improvement after Inspection. by Peter Earley,available at Book Depository with free delivery : Peter Earley.

Summary: School inspection under OFSTED continues to generate discussion and controversy. This book is a contribution to the wide debate about the role and function of OFSTED inspection, particularly as it relates to school improvement and raising standards.

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The 14 chapters describe and School Improvement after Inspection? book the impact of OfSTED inspection, presenting the cases for external and self-assessment' - Mentoring & Training School inspection under OfSTED continues to generate discussion and book contributes to the wider debate about the role and function of OfSTED inspection, particularly as it relates to school improvement and raising s: 1.

School Improvement after Inspection?: School and LEA Responses - Published in association with the British Educational Leadership and Management Society (Paperback) Peter Earley (editor). 'School Improvement after Inspection?' is a lively and important contribution to the debate about the controversial role and function of OFSTED inspection, particularly as it relates to school improvement and raising standards.

In P. Earley (Ed.), School improvement after inspection. School and LEA responses (pp. London: SAGE Publications Ltd doi: /n2. Ouston, Janet and Jacqueline Davies. "OFSTED and Afterwards. Schools' Responses to Inspection." In School Improvement after Inspection. School and LEA Responses, edited by Peter Earley, External inspections also facilitate improvement and change in schools.

They provide an external perspective on the work of the school. Inspection reports provide judgements on the quality of provision in a school, affirmthe aspects of practice that are working well and assist in confirmingthe school’s.

The book focuses on school development and school improvement and a variety of approaches and strategies, including that of external audit. For schools to achieve meaningful change and improvement, school itself needs to be in the driving seat with the head teacher providing necessary leadership.

effect of school inspections on school improvement, School Effectiveness and School Improvement: An International Journal of Research, P olicy and Practice, DOI: / This handbook is primarily a guide for Ofsted inspectors on how to carry out inspections of maintained schools and academies under section 5 of the Education Act ().

The effect of school inspections on school improvement. School Effectiveness and School Improvement: Vol. 25, No. 4, pp. Sigma, Hitchiner realized that defect reduction projects would rely on data from the inspection process.

Therefore, ensuring the accuracy of the inspection data was a critical prerequisite for implementing Six Sigma. Hitchiner accomplished this by applying the process outlined in the Six Step Method for Inspection Improvement.

School inspection, was conceived as one of the forms of accountability in education (Ma tete, ). In many African countries establishment of school inspection services accompanied the introduction of formal public education (G rauwe, ).

Many of the developing countries expanded the inspection services after independence. Also. School self-evaluation and inspection School self-evaluation and external evaluation are complementary processes, both focused on improvement. The school self-evaluation process gives schools a means of identifying and addressing priorities, and of ensuring a whole-school focus on improving specific aspects of teaching and learning.

This book looks at the relationship between school inspection and school improvement. The authors show how heads have used inspectors′ reports to put in place real school improvement.

They deal with the contexts of inspection and comparisons are made with the Australian experience of school self-review. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Schools Inspection (& Preparing For Inspection) Books online.

Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Effective LEAs and School Improvement. David Woods. 01 Aug Hardback. US$ US$ Save US$ Add to basket. 28% off. A school judged as requires improvement at its last inspection is a school that is not yet good but overall provides an acceptable standard of education.

The school is .School improvement and inspection: Ofsted and other inspection: The inspection system: Section 8 inspections for 'good' schools. Section 8 inspections for 'good' schools. Last updated on 2 October Ref: School types: All School phases: All.Inspection of schools rated ‘requires improvement’ Schools rated 'requires improvement' may receive a monitoring inspection prior to a section 5 re-inspection.

Read on to find out more about the frequency of inspections for schools rated 'requires improvement', and what happens during such inspections.