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O'Brien, Jim (2012)
Publisher: University of East London. Cass School of Education and Communities
Languages: English
Types: Article
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Scotland is a discrete jurisdiction within the devolved governance arrangements of the United Kingdom, and education is the largest area of devolved responsibility. The preparation of teachers in Scotland remains different from other UK provision, particularly in England. The proposals contained in the 2011 report Teaching Scotland’s future, conducted by Graham Donaldson (former Chief Inspector at Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Education), are discussed. Insights are offered into the resulting action progress made to date and the implications for the future of initial teacher education and early career development north of the border.
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    • Smith, I. (2010) Reviewing Scottish Teacher Education for the 21st Century: Let Collaborative Partnership Flourish, Scottish Educational Review, 42(2), 33-56.
    • Smith, I. (2011) Re-visiting the Donaldson Review of Teacher Education: is Creative Innovation Secured? Scottish Educational Review, 43(2), 17-38.
    • Contact: Professor Jim O'Brien, Simon Laurie House, The Moray House School of Education, The University of Edinburgh, Holyrood Road, Edinburgh EH8 8AQ.
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