Ofsted: Woodhead's empire grows - Ofsted's expansion under New Labour has proved as unstoppable as its controversial chief inspector. But is it becoming a template for future inspectorates?
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Public finance : the business monthly of the public sector. - London : Public Finance, ISSN 1352-9250, ZDB-ID 11697313. - 1999 (27.08.), p. 16
LEAs in schools of hard knocks - The future of LEAs looks bleak as the Kings' Manor comprehensive in Surrey is handed over to 3E's to run. How did the government lose confidence in LEAs and what are the consequences for children?
Smithers, Rebecca, (1999)
Could do better - Leaving everything to schools cannot realistically be what teachers or parents want. The Conservatives' ill-thought-out free school proposals deserve to go straight into the head teacher's shredder
Smithers, Rebecca, (2000)
When teacher knows best - The schools' white paper seems to be built on the theory that success breeds success. Aside from its plans for private sector involvement, it envisages an exemplary hit squad of top teachers who can pass on the tricks of the trade to failing schools
Smithers, Rebecca, (2001)
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