This book is about governing schools - about how a governing body predominately made up of 'ordinary' people with no professional educational experience can make a positive contribution to the management of schools. The core of the book lays out a strategic model of school governance, and considers in detail the three key roles of planning, monitoring and evaluating. Practical examples and sample procedures which governing bodies can adapt are provided. The book also looks at: the accountability of governors; their formal duties; how they should behave in schools; the crucial relationship between governors, staff, headteachers, comminutes and the local authority; and at the issue of inspection.

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