Head vote for supports staff;Briefing;School Management

2nd April 1999 at 01:00
Most primary headteachers (70 per cent) would prefer any additional money to be spent on classroom assistants rather than teachers, a recent survey showed.

The growing importance of administrative and educational support staff is analysed in another guide from the FAS. It looks at how the roles of teachers and support staff have developed, and offers ways of improving their performance.

l 'Making Changes: Effective Use of Support Staff' is available from the FAS as above.

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