The Development of Teacher Appraisal: A Recent History

British Journal of Educational Studies 48 (1):24 - 37 (2000)
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Abstract

The Conservative government made appraisal compulsory to monitor teaching more effectively. Unable to elicit the type of data required, the process became marginalised. Labour is now turning to appraisal to raise standards. Though appearing more conciliatory, it is argued that the end result will be to achieve the Conservatives' original aim of controlling teachers.

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