Education

Who found in 2001 that only 10% of variation in the standard of education between schools could be explained by the implementation of reforms?
Gerrard
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Who says that in quasi-markets 'providers have a freedom to act and to innovate in a way that other models do not allow, especially models that involve targets and performance management'?
Le Grand
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When was OFSTED introduced?
1992
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When was the Standards in Scotland Schools Act, abolishing all self-governing status and raw-test scores, introduced?
2000
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What percent of English students go to grammar schools?
5%
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In 2007, what percentage of grammar school students were from the top quintile of the local area and what percent from the most deprived?
40 and 8
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When were comprehensive schools introduced?
1965
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By the mid 1990s what percent of secondary schools in England were comprehensive?
92%
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When were City Technology Colleges introduced?
1986
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What percentage of those eligible for FSM gained 5 A*-Cs and what percent of those non-eligible?
31 and 59
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Why is parental choice not as wide as thought?
all schools follow one curriculum
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Who finds that in the 1960s and 1970s non-selective education did raise educational outcomes for the average and below average income child?
Glennerster and Low
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Who finds that competition between schools (5 or more perceived competitors) has a positive impact on examination results?
Levacic
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Does being at a single sex school have a positive or negative impact on examination performance?
Positive
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Who distinguishes between S-type (selection: cream-skimming) and E-type (efficiency improvement) competition?
Glennerster
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Who found systematic and significant bias in teacher assessments compared with SATs, underestimating performance by Black Caribbean, Black African and Pakistani pupils?
Burgess and Greaves
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What percent of their intake could GM specialist schools select on the basis of aptitude and ability?
10%
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