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Demonstrating governors' impact on school improvement

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Last updated on 8 June 2016
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How can governors show they are having an impact on school improvement? A national leader of governance explains how governors can demonstrate their impact on school improvement. We also look at using minutes from meetings and annual governance statements to demonstrate impact.

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Contents

  1. 1 Guidance on demonstrating impact
  2. 2 Finding evidence to demonstrate progress towards objectives
  3. 3 Identifying challenge
  4. 4 Demonstrating impact: annual governance statements

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