Improvement Framework

The National Improvement Framework was recently issued by the Scottish Government:

The National Improvement Framework for Scottish education is a framework to drive improvement in our education system. It will bring together a range of key performance information to improve outcomes for every child in Scotland.  The full report can be accessed via the link below:

The National Improvement Framework

Graeme Logan, Executive (School Years, Curriculum for Excellence) at Education Scotland recently stated that some of the key messages on raising attainment for all children are:
• Non-negotiable high expectations for all
• Zero tolerance of underperformance
• Poverty and performance should not be linked
• Constantly talking about standards every time teachers work   together
• Having a forensic focus on children’s progress: keep shining the spotlight on this
• Helping everyone find their unique genius

 

 

 

 

 

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