Building Schools for the Future

March 2010
Education Journal;Mar2010, Issue 122, p36
The article focuses on the assessment of the Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme that was established to rebuild all secondary schools in England by 2020. It notes several features of educational transformation that include schools at the heart of their community, transformation of teaching and learning and elevation of aspirations, achievement and attainment. It mentions the optimism of head teachers in open BSF schools about the benefits they are getting from their new building.


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