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Digital Dissemination

As schools work closer together in the form of clusters and academy trusts, George Carey looks at the importance of sharing data between organisations and how schools can get the most out of it.

Schools are sometimes accused of working as silos and it is said that schools leaders and teachers don’t spend enough time sharing their experience and expertise with their peers. Now with the emergence of an increasing amount of federations and clusters, there seems to be an improved climate of cooperation, and much more information changing hands, in the pursuit of better education provision. Even for those institutions not involved in these more formal sharing arrangements, the flow of performance information, in particular, is now greater than ever…read more (p.48)

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