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84 effect size). They not only promote but directly participate with teachers in formal and informal professional learning. 42 effect size). They have direct involvement in the support and evaluation of teaching through regular classroom visits and the provision of formative and summative feedback to teachers, and they take direct oversight of curriculum through school-wide coordination across classes and year levels and alignment to school goals. 35 effect size). In other words, they set, communicate and monitor learning goals, standards and expectations, and they involve staff and others in the process so that there is clarity and consensus about goals.
A portrait of small schools 17 Consistent with the general spread of the Australian population and size of government education in New South Wales and Victoria, the figures show that these systems had the greatest number of small schools of 100 or less student enrolments in 2008 (916 in New South Wales; 570 in Victoria). The figures suggest that a small school is more likely to consist of a primary and/or combined primary and secondary school than a standalone secondary school. 12 In Australia, this has been the case historically.
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