'Ease sacking' plea

5th July 1996 at 01:00
A senior adviser to the Labour Party has said that sacking poorly performing teachers should be made much easier if standards are to be raised. Professor Michael Barber, dean of new initiatives at the London Institute of Education, told a conference this week that governors should be able to replace unsatisfactory heads in two months instead of the usual five or six.

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