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by David Hustler,Tim Brighouse,Jean Rudduck

Author: David Hustler,Tim Brighouse,Jean Rudduck
Subcategory: Education
Language: English
Publisher: David Fulton Publishers; 1 edition (November 1, 1995)
Pages: 224 pages
Category: Other
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Eight heads - representing a broad spectrum of schools - offer their views.

Eight heads - representing a broad spectrum of schools - offer their views.

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In this series we’ll explore how to improve schools in Australia. Some of the most prominent experts in the sector tackle key questions, including why we are not seeing much progress; whether we are assessing children in the most effective way; why parents need to listen to what the evidence tells us, and much more. Quality teaching is one of the largest influences on student learning. As in other countries, some Australian schools are harder to staff than others.

Highgate Wood School is a secondary school located in Crouch End in the North London borough of Haringey. It accommodates pupils aged 11–16, providing secondary education to 1368 pupils. The school also has a sixth form (ages 16–18). It has partnerships with Sport England, the Haymarket Theatre and the British Council through the International Schools Award scheme. The school has a uniform.

Secondary school students must take certain ‘core’ curriculum courses for a prescribed number of years or terms, as. .Colleges and universities place considerable value on the achievements of students in high school extra-curricular activities, as do employers.

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Many heads and teachers are not very good at doing in-service training sessions, and Jean Harris's two pages on preparing overhead projector transparencies would all by itself make a difference to many of the sessions which colleagues have to endure.

This is an interactive exploration of how current secondary school management procedures and recent education policy changes have shaped head teachers' perceptions of their mission and vocation. Eight heads - representing a broad spectrum of schools - offer their views. Transcripts of the interviews formed the main input for a day's conference, at which well-known commentators discussed the implications of this "testimony" against the backdrop of education and politics in the mid-to late-1990s. A transcript of the conference was summarized and each headteacher received a resumee and questions for further discussion, as the basis for a second series of interviews, enabling them to respond on specific points and to challenge the analysis and conclusions of the commentators. Meanwhile, each of the commentators wrote an essay about one of the major themes that arose at their conference. These raw materials have been edited into a set of perspectives on state secondary education today, mirroring the range and variety of what is being achieved in a climate apparently controlled to bring about a high degree of standardization and conformity. The book should offer valuable insights and thinking points to all those interested in education.