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External reviews of governance: an overview

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Last updated on 14 March 2017
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What is an external review of governance? We link to guidance from the National College for Teaching and Leadership on external reviews of governance. We also look at the purpose of reviews, who leads them, what they involve and how long they last. We also relay a case study from a school.

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Contents

  1. 1 What is an external review of governance?
  2. 2 Who recommends a review of governance?
  3. 3 Who leads the review?
  4. 4 What does a review involve?
  5. 5 How long does a review last?
  6. 6 How soon can we arrange a review?

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