Competition, Choice and Pupil Achievement


This is a 62–page report for the Centre for the Economics of Education at the London School of Economics. It looks at the issue of whether parental choice and greater competition between schools helps improve educational standards. It focuses on primary schools in the south east of England. Folder: Leadership Briefings Issue 06

DATE: 01/01/1970
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