Benefits of self-analysis

20th April 2001 at 01:00
Self-evaluation can help schools change for the better, but may add to teachers' workloads. A study by the National Foundation for Educational Research of nine education authorities and 23 schools found that the process could lead to improved professional develoment for teachers, and help heads to manage change. But some staff complained of being asked to fit the evaluation work around their other duties. "Evaluating school self-evaluation", pound;12, from the Publications Unit, NFER, Upton Park, Slough SL1 2DQ.

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