Parents' Perceptions of OFSTED's Work: A report by the National Foundation for Educational Research for the Office for Standards in Education

Ralph Tabberer

01 June 1995

Between Spetember 1994 and March 1995, NFER was commissioned by the Office for Standards in Education to undertake a series of surveys of parents' perceptions of OFSTED. The surveys involved secondary, primary and special schools which had been inspected during the first four terms of the new inspection arrangements established as part of the Education (Schools) Act, 1992.

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