Today’s poll: There’s no evidence collaboration between schools raises attainment – are you convinced it is a ‘good thing’?

A study is suggesting that whilst it has become a very popular concept, there is no evidence that collaboration between schools actually leads to better attainment – so are you (still) convinced it is a good thing?

 

There’s no evidence collaboration between schools raises attainment - are you convinced it is a ‘good thing’?

 

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Comments

  1. colinsparkbridg

    SchoolsImprove This begs the question as to whether collaboration is only to raise attainment. Could it have other benefits too?

  2. TheoKL

    SchoolsImprove oh! a report by another right wing think tank – may be worth pointing that out to your readers when you link to the report

  3. colinsparkbridg SchoolsImprove Exactly.  Judging schools by test results is a symptom of GERM, the Great Education Reform Movement, the virus which is destroying the world’s schools.  http://www.localschoolsnetwork.org.uk/2014/05/the-germ-a-virus-which-is-killing-the-worlds-schools/

  4. peterabarnard

    SchoolsImprove It’s a good thing but overly limited by the system in play and management restrictions to be a true changer.

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