Helping Schools Succeed: a framework for English education

Mar 4, 2008

In the second part of a series, Policy Exchange’s education unit develops a unique framework for English education as a solution to the ills interviews with major stakeholders have revealed.

Helping Schools Succeed: a framework for English education shows that successful systems require a coherent structure – something conspicuously lacking in this country. In response we have developed a “tight, loose, tight” framework for English education: clear vision from the centre; autonomy for schools to achieve that vision as they see fit and strong accountability so the vision can be transparently achieved.

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Sam Freedman

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