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June 8, 2008 / C H Thompson

Education policies

A policy is a set of ideas created and often implemented by people in authority in order to achieve a particular outcome.

For example a school might introduce uniform policy for its 6th Form. This simply means that the particular school has decided to make the wearing of uniforms compulsorily in its 6th Form.

The PowerPoint slide titled Education Policies included in this page describes to clear Education Policies created and implemented by successive governments which had a massive impact on schools in England and Wales.

The Power Point focuses on the 1944 Education Act, 1988 Education Act, 2001 New Vocationalism, Tripartite System, National Curriculum, Ofsted, policies, policy, goverment policy

After running through the slides please answer the following questions either in video, audio or through the comment box


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