Education Action Zones: commentary on the first six zone inspections
Date: 05 Mar 2001
Education Action Zones (EAZs) are partnerships of schools and other local interests, including business, which have the autonomy and flexibility to harness partners’ expertise and develop innovative educational strategies for the benefit of schools and local communities. Six first-round EAZs were inspected in autumn 2000 in what was usually their sixth term of operation. The zones for inspection were chosen to reflect a spread of size and location.
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