Top roles for '95% of Future Leaders'

10th June 2011 at 01:00

Future Leaders, a scheme that trains qualified teachers to lead secondaries in England's most disadvantaged areas, has seen 95 per cent of participants gain senior leadership roles in education after completing the course. A report evaluating the first four years of the project found that 12 Future Leaders had achieved school headships, with a further three working as associate heads.

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