Regional School Commissioners

January 2016
14-19 Learning & Skills Bulletin;1/27/2016, Issue 179, p18
The article discusses role of Regional Schools Commissioner (RSC) enlisted in the first report of Great Britain's Parliamentary session of 2015-2016 of House of Commons Education Select Committee. Topics discussed include identification of local issues present in schools by RSCs and reporting them to higher levels; written documents by RSCs for their vision and plan for their respective region; conversion of Headteacher Boards in schools to RSC Advisory Boards; and formal complaint procedures.


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