2 edition of The Politics of Reorganizing Schools (Key Issues in Education) found in the catalog.
The Politics of Reorganizing Schools (Key Issues in Education)
December 1989 by Unwin Hyman .
Written in English
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The rapid decline in the birth rate in the s and the resulting fall in school rolls had a dramatic effect on the curriculum, staffing, organization and management of schools.
This book focuses on the national and local politics surrounding school closures, amalgamations and the replacement of sixth forms with tertiary : Stewart Ranson.
Understanding the implications of falling rolls; the challenge from central government; local strategies of reorganizations; reorganizing schools in Manchester - a case study; analyzing the changing politics and government of reorganizations; public policy for the future.
The rapid decline in the birth rate in the s and the resulting fall in school rolls had a dramatic effect on the curriculum, staffing, organization and management of schools. This book focuses on the national and local politics surrounding school closures, amalgamations. The The Politics of Reorganizing Schools book in an integrated scheme was to inform Manchester's planning and proposals: a mixed system could only 'lead to first and second class schools'.
An extensive range of actors was involved in Manchester's reorganization, including teacher associations, parents' groups and the churches as well as the LEA and central : Stewart Ranson.
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