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Autonomy In The Right Place: School Governance Reform In Scotland
As the Scottish government reviews the governance structures and processes of Scottish schools, this report considers what reforms to school governance could have a positive effect on attainment, including what evidence there is for a gap between denominational and non-denominational schools. It also makes recommendations for how decision-making powers over education should be devolved to the local level as default.
Leadership Briefing 11.10(130)