The Swedish Schools Inspectorate’s follow-up of shortcomings in schools – an important work that can be improved (RiR 2019:6)
The Swedish Schools Inspectorate allocates considerable resources to identifying problems in schooling, but often closes cases without ensuring that the deficiencies are corrected. The National Audit Office also identified shortcomings in transparency, urgency and equivalence in relation to follow-up of supervisory decisions.
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