Category evaluation

consultations

Here are the reports of the three group discussions around the literature review. These were held on June 4 and have now been checked with participants for accuracy. GROUP ONE:  We begin with one of the discussants from mainstream education stating that there should not be a separate sector of alternative provision. It is against […]

evaluation practices in alternative education

National and international researchers (e.g. Aron, 2006; Gutherson, Davies, & Daskiewicz, 2011; Thomson & Russell, 2009; White, Martin, & Jeffes, 2012) suggest that alternative education providers are not always good at stating what are their programme goals, their expectations for students, and how these will be monitored and measured. OfSTED (2011) were particularly concerned about […]