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Five ReasonsWhy School Leaders Should Read


A Generation of Radical Educational Change By Richard Pring and Martin Roberts


1. This generation lived through a remarkable


change in education policy-making between 1976 and today; from a decentralised system to one of the most centralised in the western world. This system has become dysfunctional to the detriment of England’s pupils and their teachers. The analyses and recommendations of the 12 contributors are therefore timely and pertinent. 2. The Secretary of State of Education’s


powers have increased, are increasing and ought to be diminished. Successive Secretaries of State have mistaken frenetic activity for effective leadership. 3. The chief weakness of the present system


stems from its excessive distrust of teachers, and excessive confidence in politicians’ capacity, which is usually a combination of whim and disregard for serious educational research, to decide what is best for pupils. 4. Serious educational progress will only


occur when governments work in a genuine partnership with teachers of which trust is a significant element. Characteristics of this partnership will be a National Council for Curriculum Development and Assessment, independent of government, and an equally


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independent College of Teaching which will set professional standards and oversee professional development. 5. Ofsted is presently too often an agent of


this malfunctioning government. The future accountability system should be based largely on self-evaluation by individual schools which will be monitored to ensure broad national by a slimmed-down Ofsted, arms-length from governments.


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