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Sustainable school transformation : an inside-out school led approach / David Crossley.

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Author/Creator:
Crossley, David, 1956-
Language:
English.
Publication date:
2013
Publication:
London ; New York : Bloomsbury Academic, 2013.
Format:
  • Book
  • x, 293 pages ; 24 cm
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents:
  • From theory to practice
  • Leadership and collaboration
  • What should a world class curriculum look like?
  • Innovative examples from English schools: whose curriculum is it anyway? / Judith Judd with John Dunford
  • Technology and change / Mark Grundy, Kirsty Tonks and Karine George
  • Exploring system-wide change: the New York City Izone / David Jackson with Jonathan de Suasmarez (Romsey School, UK)
  • Exploring system-wide change: the academies of Nashville / Jay Steele and Michelle Wilcox with Marc Hill
  • Autonomy and professional courage: rational, emotional and political aspects of change / Pat Collarbone and Simon Edkins
  • Approaches to accountability / Jeff Hale with James Park
  • Being data informed rather than data driven / David Crossley with James Park
  • Exploring evolving middle or mediating tiers and emerging school and stakeholder networks in five localities in England / Jonathan Crossley-Holland with David Carter
  • Making the most of the teachers we have: a case study / Chris Holmwood
  • Making sure every person matters / Alan Yellup
  • Summary: ten key ways forward / David Crossley.
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ISBN:
9781780936758
1780936753
9781780938172
1780938179

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