This collection of essays examines the key role teachers can play in improving schools. Arguing that dictates handed down from on high do not work,contributors provide a series of case studies showing how teacherinvolvement in school-based research has helped schools improveattendance, raise pupils' attainment and tackle such issues as bullying and racism.
TEACHER RESEARCH AND SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT: Opening Doors. Edited by Rob Halsall. Open University Press. pound;14.99
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