Accountability in the School System – an illustrative example from England. A Workshop Presentation. 10 th OECD - Japan International Seminar Tokyo, 24 th June 2005. Professor David Hopkins HSBC iNET Chair of International Leadership. Intelligent Accountability.
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10th OECD - Japan International SeminarTokyo, 24th June 2005
Professor David HopkinsHSBC iNET Chair of International Leadership
“Accountability is in some ways the foundation of public services today. Without accountability there is no legitimacy; without legitimacy there is no support; without support there are no resources; and without resources there are no services……
…intelligent accountability serves two functions: it helps the system learn from itself, and it shows the public that they are getting value for money”
David Miliband at the North of England Education Conference, Belfast, 8 January 2004.
But there’s a danger of drift – need to retain whole-system view
But this needs to bite on different types of schools
Option 6, N = 3313
N = 483
Actual 5+A*-C % 2003
N = 539
N = 1495
N = 696
Leading the System
N = 100
Estimated 5+A*-C % from pupil KS3 data
Segmentation of the Secondary School System
Below 30% 5+A-C
5+A*-C >=30%, lower quartile value added
5+A*-C >=30%, 25-75th percentile value added
5+A*-C >=30%, upper quartile value added