Transforming the School Workforce Pathfinder Project -- freeing teachers to teach: an individual school's experience

Harris, Stewart
October 2002
Education Review;Autumn 2002, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p107
Academic Journal
The DfES Transforming the School Workforce Pathfinder Project aims to reduce teacher workload by encouraging schools to explore new ways of making the best use of people, technology, time and space. This article provides an informative account of one school's experience of taking part in the Pathfinder Project and details how the Project came about.


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