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School policies: how can we ensure that staff read them?

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Last updated on 19 December 2016
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How can we ensure that staff read the school policies? In this article, ASCL and one of our associate education experts offer advice on ensuring that staff read and sign policies. We also look at schools' approaches to this and relay advice from another of our experts on supporting staff to read policies.

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  1. 1 Failure to read policies may constitute misconduct
  2. 2 Raise the status of policies at staff meetings
  3. 3 Supporting staff members to understand policies
  4. 4 Approaches to policies: examples from schools
  5. 5 Disseminating policies: case study

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