Who will be left to take the blame?

I WRITE in support of the Rev Alan Bain, who explained his decision to resign as a govenor (TES, June 14). I have been a chair of governors for less than a year after almost 20 years on the board. After attending training sessions I am quite sure that if a job specification and outline of responsibilities of the chair were to be advertised to attract an applicant there would be no response.

What will happen when there are no governors left to blame?

Sheila Hammond

21 Woodfen Crescent

Leominster, Herefordshire

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