Book prize

14th November 1997 at 00:00
The Standing Conference on Studies in Education has awarded its major book prize for 1997 to Professor Carol Fitz-Gibbon of the University of Durham.

The Pounds 1,000 prize for the best education book by an established author was awarded for Monitoring Education, published by Cassell.

Professor Fitz-Gibbon is to donate half the prize money to the Office for Standards in Inspection, a forum that is promoting more rigorous inspection methods.

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