Awards chief's resignation

27th May 2005 at 01:00
The chief executive of the Teaching Awards has said he will resign in three months. David Hanson, who began the job last year, said he would step down for family health reasons and because he felt that he had succeeded in helping the awards scheme to secure its long-term future. Staff at the awards trust said they were devastated by the announcement but hoped to appoint a new chief executive before the awards' final ceremony in October.

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