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Collaboration to support school improvement
How are stronger schools helping weaker schools to improve? In this article, we look at different models of collaboration between schools and the practical measures some schools have put in place to support partner schools. You will also find two case studies from teaching schools.
- Types of collaboration
- Case study: a teaching school supporting others to improve
- Case study: SLEs supporting in a TSA
- Education Committee: support across a MAT and other examples
- Closing the attainment gap: NLEs
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