Developing Frameworks for School Self-Evaluation to Improve School Effectiveness for Peace in Northern Ireland

R.A.L. Smith, J.E. Neill

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    Abstract

    This article contributes towards redefining school improvement more broadly than conventional outcomes sometimes imply, and describes original and practical applications of school self-evaluation models. The significance of the work has been acknowledged by reviewers in the school improvement and peacebuilding and development fields. As a result of the research reported here, Smith was invited to support the work of the Department for Education Northern Ireland Schools Community Relations Panel and the Community Relations officers representing the five Education and Library Boards. The latter used the self-evaluation framework as a model for developing a regional whole-school self-evaluation document. Smith was the lead author of the paper.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)153-174
    Number of pages22
    JournalImproving Schools
    Volume9(2) [ Volume (Issue(s)) e.g. 10 (3) , 31a(21-22) etc. ]
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - Jul 2006

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