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This inquiry found that the lack of external accountability pressures neither appeared to negatively impact teachers’ efforts, commitment to relevancy and rigor in their classrooms, or their responsiveness to families.
This is one of a series of briefs that focused on a ‘critical incident’ surrounding school closure and offers pragmatic suggestions to educational leaders as they continue to grapple with the disruptions of the pandemic.
Leading in Crisis
Francois, Chantal and Weiner, Jennie. (2020). Accountability during school closures: moving from external to internal. CPRE Policy Briefs.
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Date Posted: 09 November 2020