NAHT ditches 'one head' policy

13th May 2011 at 01:00

The National Association of Head Teachers has scrapped its long- standing policy that every school should have its own dedicated headteacher in a bid to reflect "the changing landscape". The union now says new models of leadership can prevent the closure of small rural schools, improve educational standards and solve recruitment issues.

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