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Improving systems for measuring pupil progress

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Last updated on 6 February 2017
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How can governors improve how the school measures pupil progress? One of our associate education experts outlines how governors can help ensure the systems the school uses to monitor pupil progress are effective and rigorous. We also link to further articles on using data and monitoring the school effectively.

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Contents

  1. 1 Monitoring systems for measuring pupil progress
  2. 2 Promoting high expectations
  3. 3 Developing a clear monitoring plan

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