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A question for Middlemarch RE advisors

Discussion in 'Headteachers' started by bobbycatrules, Feb 16, 2012.

  1. bobbycatrules

    bobbycatrules New commenter

    Dear Middlemarch,
    I know you always give really sound answers to questions. Please could you answer the following questions regarding primary school advisors:
    If an advisor is deployed to work with a school in Special Measures, who is the advisor accountable to if the school doesn't come out of SM or if little progress is being made within the area of their expertise?
    What is the success criteria by which to measure how effective an advisor is?
    Will poor- performing advisors be as easy to 'get rid of' within a term like Gove is proposing for poor- performing teachers?
    Thank you,

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