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Valerie Hannon Director, DfES Innovation Unit, England AERA Montreal 2005 Network-based Reform: challenges facing the English education system.

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1 Valerie Hannon Director, DfES Innovation Unit, England AERA Montreal 2005 Network-based Reform: challenges facing the English education system

2 1.The story so far… 2.Evolution of the reform design: reacting to the data – and the interaction with politics 3.‘Scaling up’: network expansion in an ambivalent climate

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4 Source: Department for Education and Skills

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9 Finland Korea Japan Iceland Mexico Spain Italy Poland Greece Portugal Luxembourg Germany Hungary Switzerland Czech Republic Denmark Norway Austria Canada Ireland Sweden Australia New Zealand France Belgium United States United Kingdom Social Equity Mean Performance in Reading Literacy r = 0.20 High Quality Low Equity High Quality High Equity Low Quality Low Equity Low Quality High Equity Source: OECD (2001)

10 1st phase of reform David Hopkins, 2005

11 The performance management frameworkMarket forces Parental choice Pupil-led formula funding Open enrolment Greater transparency Market entry and exit (closure of poor schools) Opening up supply and demand Specialist schools City Academies Michael Barber, 2005 Leadership CPD Networks Clusters Federations Centres of Excellence Solving local problems Links to other services Networked learning communities Collaboration and capacity

12 The network landscape School-to-school network programmes Excellence in Cities Leadership Incentive Grant Leading Edge Partnerships Specialist Schools Networked Learning Communities Collegiates Federations Under- performance collaboratives

13 Secondary school participation in network programmes

14 Networks by purpose Networks may begin with one objective and grow to involve others Funded programmes – LEPP, NLCs, SST, EiC etc – may have networks inhabiting a range of the spaces/ intersections above Enhancing the curriculum offer to learners Accelerating improvement and stimulating innovation Creating new units of service delivery

15 Scaling up… Primary Strategy Learning Networks Leading Edge Partnerships (secondary) In September schools Total budget £26m £17k per network 1500 networks 1100 schools Annual budget £12.5m £60k per network 205 partnerships

16 The contribution of the research community? – we really need: Good evidence, intelligently interpreted, on the impact on student outcomes of collaborative practice A confident understanding of the necessary and sufficient conditions for that effective collaborative practice  And we need it in real time

17 Contact Us Website: Phone: Address: DfES Innovation Unit 4T Sanctuary Buildings Great Smith Street Westminster London SW1P 3BT


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