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Peer Review Status: Refereed
Title: Educating Scotland's future together? Inter/professional preparation for schools and children's services
Author(s): Forbes, Joan
McCartney, Elspeth
Keywords: teaching
teacher education
Secondary Education
High schools
Special aspects of education
Issue Date: 2011
Date Deposited: 6-Nov-2018
Citation: Forbes J & McCartney E (2011) Educating Scotland's future together? Inter/professional preparation for schools and children's services. Scottish Educational Review, 43 (2), pp. 39-54.
Abstract: This paper analyses children's sector policy and the 2011 Teaching Scotland's Future: Report of a review of teacher education in Scotland report with the aim of distinguishing their coherence and extent of disconnect. Overarching children?s services policies which stress examine the ways in which co-working is constituted in the report, with the conclusion that co-working is conceptualised in a limited way, not connecting with wider policies. Issues in danger of being marginalised are then considered, and a number of suggestions made concerning how to (re)connect policy rhetoric relating to co-work with action to prepare practitioners across the sector with the knowledge and skills needed to work together. The method is document review.
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