Three-quarters of heads dissatisfied with coalition
More than three-quarters (77 per cent) of school leaders are dissatisfied with the coalition government's performance on education, according to a survey published today. The report, based on responses from more than 1,100 leaders, also finds that 85 per cent believe morale among teachers has worsened over the past five years. The data, collected for school management support service The Key and weighted according to type of school and region, shows that 58 per cent of school leaders remain undecided on which political party is best equipped to improve the education system.
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