Explaining, framing and forming of the National Improvement Framework

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Abstract

The National Improvement Framework (NIF) was launched in January 2016 by the Scottish Government as a tool for achieving excellence and equity.

A study of how the NIF has come to be formed immediately ‘on the ground’ is needed. (Mowat, 2018). However, in order to do this, it is necessary to consider how policy ideas are framed through wider Discourse and subsequently explained in policy texts (Adams, 2016).

This study therefore has the following aims:

1. What wider Discourses have permitted or constrained opportunities for action provided by the NIF?
2. How is the NIF explained in official policy texts?
3. How is the NIF formed at the local level by teachers?
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 1 Nov 2018
EventLaunch of the Strathclyde Doctoral School - University of Strathclyde
Duration: 1 Nov 20181 Nov 2018

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OtherLaunch of the Strathclyde Doctoral School
Period1/11/181/11/18

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Keywords

  • national improvement framework
  • education policy
  • positioning theory

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Coutts, L. (2018). Explaining, framing and forming of the National Improvement Framework. Poster session presented at Launch of the Strathclyde Doctoral School, .