September’s most popular posts on Key insights

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September has been the busiest month for Key insights since we launched back in April. Here are the most-viewed of the posts we’ve published on Key insights since the new term started:

10. Working out what works (for teachers and pupils) in the classroom

9. Guest post: Why should governors care about maths and science? by Nancy Wilkinson, The Wellcome Trust

8. Guest post: Owning what is ours by Russell Hobby, NAHT

7. Fifteen questions to challenge yourself as a governor

6. Cartoon


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What keeps headteachers up at night?


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Governors’ most frequent search terms


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Inside a headteacher’s brain


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Guest post: Who creates the evidence for ‘evidence-informed teaching’? by Julie Nelson, NFER


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Guest post: Why Labour will leave Gove’s reforms intact by Gerard Kelly

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