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Forward from Special Measures

Date: 03 Apr 2001

HMI: 244

Publisher: Ofsted

Summary

This publication should only be used as a historical reference as some content is out of date.

This report examines some of the challenges faced by schools when special measures have been removed, and the reactions and responses of the key players in sustaining the school's improvement: the staff of the school, governors, parents, pupils and local education authorities (LEAs). It discusses the different strategies employed to maintain progress during the first 12 months after special measures have been removed in an attempt to indicate what works.

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