Designing effective interventions to improve outcomes | wholeeducation

How one leader used Whole Education’s curriculum leadership programme to design an effective new intervention
…featuring David Crossley’s top tips for designing new interventions

Lindsay Johnson from Shevington High School reflects on how she engaged with Whole Education’s LMCC programme to drive a successful intervention to improve literacy with limited resource. The full case study and data from Lindsay’s LMCC project will be included in our forthcoming Leading and Managing Curriculum and Change publication.

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