Janet Downs: Education reform in Wales is moving too fast, says OECD. So what does that say about pace of reform in England?
The “sheer number” of educational reforms in Wales in a relatively short space of time risks “reform fatigue”, says the OECD. The OECD had been asked to review Welsh education following the country's poor results in the 2012 PISA* tests. Welsh education had strengths, OECD found. These included a fully-comprehensive system which emphasised equity and inclusion; good teacher-pupil relations, classrooms favourable ... read more and comment →
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