School Effectiveness for Whom? Challenges to the School Effectiveness and School Improvement Movements

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Index

a
ability 144, 159, 177-8, 180
accountability 63-5, 74, 89, 129, 134-5, 137-40
achievement
in classroom 172
curriculum coverage 43-4
difference 92-4
dignity 123
effectiveness 107, 140
indicators 85
league tables 6, 110-11
mathematics 34, 36
performance 1, 74
personal 155
prior 158, 171
race 162
raising 63
sampling comparisons 39-41, 43
social class 25, 30, 71, 109
socio-economic background 24, 173-81, 185
standards of 149
teacher and 182-3
under- 102, 117
age and sample comparisons 38-40
'agencification' 128, 139
appraisal 74-5, 77, 137-8
assimilation 101, 106, 111
attitudes to school 74, 175-6, 181
autonomy 53, 58, 62, 64, 87, 135, 138

b
back-to-basics 101-2, 110
background, socio-economic 92, 145-6, 158, 171, 173-81, 184-5
Ball, Stephen J. 70-81
behaviour 1, 75, 182, 184-5
Brown, Margaret 33-46
Brown, Sally 170-85
business administration 18

c
Catholic approaches to effectiveness 117-24
causality concept 14-15
centralization 18, 61, 86-7, 90
de-centralization 62, 89, 129, 137-40
characteristics, enduring, of pupils 182
choice 3, 25, 27, 109, 130, 146-7, 176, 179, 181
citizenship 5, 30, 97, 124, 131
class, social
achievement 25, 30, 71
division 109-10
failing schools 63
inequality 55-6, 58, 64-5, 96
parents 27
progress 158
school culture 180-2
school improvement 170-1, 173, 175-7
selection 3
teachers and classroom strategies 183-4
classroom
context 170, 172-3
as theatre 75
collaboration 136
collegiality 16, 19, 59, 178-9
commodification 18, 74, 124
common good 124
community 4, 29, 63-4, 108, 120-4, 133, 157, 164, 178
compensatory education 25
competence 30, 90
competition
effectiveness 128-30, 138
international 89
national 110
open 24-5
school 4, 18, 22, 29, 144-5, 177, 181
comprehensive education 1, 4-5, 144-6, 154-5, 159, 177-9

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