The importance of teaching: the schools white paper 2010
- Department for Education
- Part of:
- School and college funding , School and college accountability, School behaviour and attendance, School and college qualifications and curriculum, Academies and free schools, and Teaching and school leadership
- First published:
- 24 November 2010
- Applies to:
This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government
A white paper outlining the government's proposals to reform the education system in England.
Ref: ISBN 9780101798020, Cm 7980 PDF, 2.56MB, 95 pages
Ref: DFE-00564-2010 PDF, 362KB, 35 pages
PDF, 1.71MB, 36 pages
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‘The importance of teaching’ white paper outlines the steps we propose to take to improve education in England.
The ‘case for change’ document gives evidence to back up the proposals in the white paper.
The impact assessment examines the costs and benefits of the white paper’s policies.
The equalities impact assessment looks into the effect that the proposals set out in the white paper will have on groups with relevant protected characteristics.
The relevant protected characteristics, identified in the Equality Act 2010, include:
- gender reassignment
- pregnancy and maternity
- religion or belief
- sex and sexual orientation