Empowering parents, improving accountability

Document type
Report
Corporate author(s)
Open Public Services Network
Publisher
RSA
Date of publication
1 September 2013
Subject(s)
Education and Skills
Collection
Social welfare
Material type
Reports

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Can data really tell us anything about the quality of teaching in our schools? This, the first major report from the Open Public Services Network, has focused on the value and accessibility of available information about the quality of teaching in secondary schools. It has undertaken new analysis using information sourced from the Department of Education, to make it accessible to parents, carers, teachers, and school governors. The report sets out how the OPSN have gone about this task.

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