Research and analysis
Leading a self-improving school system
- National College for Teaching and Leadership
- Part of:
- David H Hargreaves' thinkpieces on the self-improving school system
- 1 September 2011
Why we should be moving to a self-improving school system.
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David H Hargreaves looks at the opportunities and challenges of a self-improving school system for teaching schools and their strategic alliances. This report concentrates on the roles and responsibilities of school leaders.
Teaching schools have a double challenge, to:
- co-develop professional practice that raises standards across their alliance
- work with other teaching schools to develop new standards of professional practice
Published: 1 September 2011