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Education Reform in England . David Miliband MP Minister of State for School Standards. Current Situation Challenges Next Steps. Two Very Different Countries. National Curriculum National Tests and Exams National Inspectorate National Accountability National Funding.

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Education reform in england

Education Reform in England

David Miliband MP

Minister of State for School Standards



Two very different countries
Two Very Different Countries

  • National Curriculum

  • National Tests and Exams

  • National Inspectorate

  • National Accountability

  • National Funding


We are now performing better than the OECD average at age 15

READING

MATHS

SCIENCE

OECD AVERAGE

OECD AVERAGE

OECD AVERAGE

SOURCE: OECD Programme for international student assessment (PISA) 2000


But our socio-economic gap is wider

SOURCE: OECD Programme for international student assessment (PISA) 2000


First term
First Term

  • Primary Schooling

  • Teachers

  • Infrastructure

  • Excellence in Cities




80

70

60

50

40

30

% point change from 1996 to 2001

20

10

0

-10

-20

-30

>35% to 50%

above 50%

8% or less

>8% to 20%

>20% to 35%

% pupils who are eligible for free school meals

Those that have least improved most

KS2 English : % pupils gaining L4 plus - change from 1996 -2001


Challenges

“I am not suggesting that going from good to great is easy … I am asserting that those who strive to turn good into great find the process no more painful or exhausting than those who settle for just letting things wallow along in mind-numbing mediocrity.”

Jim Collins, Good To Great, 2001, p205


1970s Uninformed professional judgement

1980s Uninformed prescription

1990s Informed prescription

KNOWLEDGE POOR

PROFESSIONAL JUDGEMENT

NATIONAL PRESCRIPTION

2000s Informed professional judgement

KNOWLEDGE RICH


Leadership

Teaching

&

Learning

Workforce Reform

Structures

Beyond the Classroom


'Real terms' Recurrent Unit Funding per 4-19 year old pupil 1996-97 to 2005-06

£3,950

£3,800

£3,740

£3,520

£3,500

£3,390

£3,180

£2,980

£2,870

£2,830

£2,830

£2,500

1996-97

1997-98

1998-99

1999-00

2000-01

2001-02

2002-03

2003-04

2004-05

2005-06


Education, 1996-97 to 2005-06

Education,

Education.


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