Since the 1992 Education Act inaugurated national arrangements for
inspection, schools have operated within an "inspection climate"
which prevades every aspect of school life on a continual basis.
The significance of OFSTED inspections cannot be overestimated.
They are often the most challenging, searching, uncompromising and
stressful events teacher have to experience. What effects do they
have on teachers and their work, on their self and role, and on
school policy and ethos? Drawing on six case studies from
contrasting primary schools over a three-year period, this book
reveals who OFSTED inspections were received within primary
schools. It aims to meet the need for detailed, rigorous research
into inspections and their effects on teachers.
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• Peter Woods
||234 x 156 x 10mm (L x W x T)
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