How do we create good schools?

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The best laid plans of a government come to nothing if the schools themselves are not 'good' enough to deliver their policies. But what constitutes the difference between a good and a bad school?

This lecture is part of Professor Rae's series, 'The Education Reform Act 1988 in its Historical and International Context'. The other lectures in this series are:
    Where did the war-time dream go wrong?
    Do the British know what education is for?
    What should we teach the children?
    How should we organise the school system?

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This event was on Tue, 13 Jun 1989

professor john malcolm rae

Professor John Malcolm Rae

Professor of Rhetoric

Professor John Rae was the Gresham Professor of Rhetoric between 1988 and 1990. He was educated at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge and the Department of...

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