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Michael Gove writes in new issue of Academy magazine – available now in print and online September 25, 2013

Posted by Jonathan Barnes, editor in Magazines, Uncategorized.
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The new issue of Academy magazine is now available and copies will be arriving with schools and subscribers this week.

You can read the e-zine at the magazine’s new website at www.academymag.co.uk.

The issue looks ahead to next year’s General Election and beyond and the possible implications for our schools.

It features an article by Education Secretary Michael Gove, who writes that academies are using their independence to drive real improvement in the schools around them.

The autumn issue also includes the usual mix of news and features, with articles on: staff, training, pay and conditions; funding; governance; curriculum and learning; partnerships; and buildings. facilities and procurement.

The magazine is produced in partnership with FASNA (Freedom and Autonomy for Schools – National Association) and the new issue includes information on FASNA membership and details of the new Effective Governance book.

Effective Governance is also a John Catt/FASNA publication which has received an excellent response from the school community. It looks at best practice linked to Ofsted guidelines and features case studies from a variety of schools. You can order it here.

For editorial enquiries regarding Academy magazine, please contact editor Peter Beaven at editor@academy.mag.co.uk.

For subscriptions please visit our bookshop.

For any advertising enquiries, please contact Madeleine Anderson at manderson@johncatt.com or on 01394 389855.



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