Monthly Archives: May 2012

Summary of results from Ireland

This technical report describes the results of the first year of data collection in Ireland, which is part of a comparative EU study in six countries to measure the impact of school inspections on teaching and learning in schools. A

Summary of results in the Netherlands

You can download the paper with the detailed results . This technical report describes the results of the first year of data collection in the Netherlands, which is part of a comparative EU study in six countries to measure the

Teaminspektion in der Steiermark (In German)

The following post and attached paper was published in German only. Der vorliegende Bericht wertet die für Österreich relevanten Ergebnisse der ersten Befragungsrunde des im Rahmen des EU-LLP-Programms geförderten internationalen Projekts „Impact of school inspection on teaching and learning“ (ISI-TL) für die

Impact of School Inspection on Teaching and Learning (in Austria)

The report, which van be downloaded below, describes the results of the first year of data collection in the Austrian state of Styria which took place in November and December 2011. The report includes descriptive information on the main variables

First results of the principal survey in the Netherlands

Results of the principal survey, collected in the first year of the study, indicate that principals and teachers in both primary and secondary education generally report relatively high satisfaction with school inspections and little unintended consequences on the school level.