Mutual Benefits or Managerial Control? The Role of Appraisal in Performance Related Pay for Teachers

In its proposals for a Performance Related Pay scheme for teachers the Labour Government has presented appraisal as having a dual role. It is to be used to determine the pay of teachers making reference to quantitative targets; and to facilitate teachers' professional development. This article examines the tensions between these two functions of appraisal.
Keywords neo?fordism  intensification  regulation  modernisation  post?fordism  New Right
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DOI 10.1111/1467-8527.t01-1-00140
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