HM Chief Inspector of Education, Dr Bill Maxwell, has released a report on Scottish education, from early years through to adult learning, based on evidence gathered by HM Inspectors over the past four years.
‘Quality and improvement in Scottish education 2012-2016’ sets out key areas of strength in Scottish education and also highlights areas where there is a need for more focused effort to achieve further improvements.
The intention in publishing this report is to feed back the intelligence gained so that education providers, and leaders within education, can benefit from the findings as they plan their next steps in continuous improvement.
You can find the full report on the Education Scotland corporate website
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