Great leaders do not necessarily produce better outcomes for pupils

16th September 2005 at 01:00
* Great leaders do not necessarily produce better outcomes for pupils, John MacBeath, professor in educational leadership at Cambridge University, said. What mattered was the culture of the school and the staff who deliver. Heads' role was to mediate through the organisation and develop its human capital.

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