Alternative heads

13th June 2008 at 01:00
Parents believe business executives could run schools better than anyone else apart from teachers, a survey for the National College for School Leadership shows
Parents believe business executives could run schools better than anyone else apart from teachers, a survey for the National College for School Leadership shows. The largest proportion of parents, 14 per cent, picked business people as alternative heads, while police and military officers were other popular options.

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