• Political Science
  • Published 2012

Lessons from language : tensions and dichotomies in the policy and practice of CPD in Scotland, 2001-2011

@inproceedings{Murray2012LessonsFL,
  title={Lessons from language : tensions and dichotomies in the policy and practice of CPD in Scotland, 2001-2011},
  author={Frances Murray},
  year={2012}
}
Continuing Professional Development (CPD) was situated as both a right and an obligation at the heart of Scottish education by the McCrone Report of 2000, and the ensuing agreement, A Teaching Profession for the 21st Century (2001). CPD was, and continues to be, construed as having the potential to transform teaching and improve learning. Further, CPD was promoted by the Report as having a key role in the re-professionalisation of the teaching profession. In the decade since the Teachers… CONTINUE READING

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