The ‘Wicked’ Problem of School Improvement

Is there actually a way to resolve the school improvement conundrum? Ben White argues that there is no perfect solution and the sooner we understand and accept that, the sooner we can make real improvements to the school experience.
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For the upcoming school year, Ofsted has laid out some new principles for their inspections and judgements, which will undoubtedly influence school policies. Although many of the changes are welcome, inevitably there will be problematic responses from some schools as they work to implement the changes.Some of these things could happen in English schools following the new Ofsted framework. Which do you think are most likely? 

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