Low SES School Communities National Partnership: evaluation of staffing, management and accountability initiatives - case studies, progress report 2
|Evaluator company||The University of Melbourne’s Centre for Research on Education Systems (CRES)|
|Study type||Expert opinion|
|Evaluation type||Both process and outcome|
This is the second progress report on the Staffing, Management and Accountability components of the Low Socio-economic School Communities National Partnership (Low SES NP). The report presents seven case studies of schools that have implemented initiatives related to staffing, management and accountability. The case studies revealed that schools had focused on five key areas: investing in teacher quality, building leadership capacity, staffing flexibility and sustainability, implementing innovative teaching and learning approaches and building organisational capacity and a culture of accountability.