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Half of heads consider leaving

More than half of secondary school leaders in England are considering leaving the profession, with most blaming government policies, according to a joint survey by TES and the Association of School and College Leaders. Many respondents complained of "bully-boy tactics" and a "climate of fear" brought on by the Department for Education and Ofsted.

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