Czech year 1 and 2 results

The year 1 data is line with our theoretical model of intended effects of school inspections. We found a correlation between ‘setting expectations’ and ‘accepting feedback’ (r = 0.657**), between ‘change in capacity building’ and ‘change in school effectiveness’ (r = 0,551**), between ‘stakeholders sensitive to reports’ and ‘accepting feedback’ (r = 0.583**) and between ‘stakeholders sensitive to reports’ and ‘setting expectations’ (r = 0,410**). We have also found correlations between ‘setting expectations’ and ‘change in school effectiveness’ (r = 0.345*). Correlations between other scale were not statistically significant and close to zero (except change in capacity building and setting expectations, where r = 0,253).

The year 2 indicate only two statistically significant correlations, namely between ‘setting expectations’ and ‘accepting feedback’ (r = 0.562**) and between ‘stakeholders sensitive to reports’ and ‘accepting feedback’ (r = 0.516*).