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This paper reports findings from a study of 100 headteachers of very small Scottish primary schools. The main goal of the research was to follow up a sample of those schools that had participated in a larger study of all small schools in Scotland in 1996 to explore the role of the teaching headteacher.
Updated: Apr. 01, 2009
The government supported study in Scotland, explored behavior changes and absences from students. The study followed one-year study, and explored all 32 authorities in Scotland, a sample of students in training in two universities and teachers, School principal and pupils in eight case study schools, and also a sample of their parents. Two dominant models emerged from the data: Primary school teachers were able to support their students, and secondary school teachers thought it a separate function, they refused to undertake.
Updated: Jun. 18, 2008