Self-Evaluation in European Schools: A Story of Change

Self-Evaluation in European Schools: A Story of Change

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Self-Evaluation in European Schools: A Story of Change by Lars Jakobsen, John MacBeath, Denis Meuret, Michael Schratz

In a political and economic climate in which school performance is made public, performance tables and inspectors' reports can only tell a partial story.
This is a unique book. It tells the story of one school seen through the eyes of a pupil, a parent, a teacher, a headteacher and a critical friend. The story is a compelling journey through the process of school improvement; theories of school effectiveness and school improvement are progressively clarified.
This book is based on a well-known and well-documented research project that represents eighteen European countries, which clearly sets it in a European Policy context. It includes a wealth of practical tools for raising standards for teachers and school managers to refer to, and guidance on how to use them.
This eagerly awaited follow-up to Schools Must Speak for Themselves by John MacBeath (RoutledgeFalmer 1999) is a vital and useful source of good ideas, challenging insights and practical strategies for real schools.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781134582365
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 09/02/2003
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 214
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

John MacBeath is Director of the Quality in Education Centre, University of Strathclyde, and author of the well received Schools Must Speak for Themselves for Routledge, Lars Bo Jakobsen works for the European Commission, Denis Meuret teaches at the University of Dijon and Michael Schratz teaches at the University of Innsbruck.

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