Superheads have transient effect

14th July 2000 at 01:00
RAPID turnarounds inspired by "super" headteachers are politically convenient but do not provide real and long-lasting solutions to problems in schools, an academic claimed this week. Professor Jean Rudduck told a TS-sponsored seminar at Keele university schools needed slow and steady change so that a permanent collaborative ethos could be developed between management, staff and pupils, Full report at

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