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Conditions of success of a school's self-evaluation : some lessons of an European Experience

Abstract : This study uses data from an European Project on school self-evaluation. A hundred and one schools experimented with self-evaluation and reported on what they did and what were the outcomes of the process. It is therefore possible to look at which characteristics of the process are associated with a positive appreciation of its effects. This analysis is conducted by confronting 2 general models of self-evaluation, named here the "technical" and the "participating" models. The 2 models are presented, then their ability to explain the success of a process of self-evaluation is compared. The explaining power of both models appears to show similarities, a result which makes it relevant to look at their optimal combination.
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Denis Meuret, Sophie Morlaix. Conditions of success of a school's self-evaluation : some lessons of an European Experience. School Effectiveness and School Improvement, Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2003, 14 (1), pp.53-71. ⟨10.1076/sesi.14.1.53.13867⟩. ⟨halshs-00004965⟩

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