Leadership key to social care change

Williams, Corin
March 2009
Community Care;3/5/2009, Issue 1760, p11
The article reports that the Social Work Taskforce has been charged with turning around the profession's endemic problems of poor recruitment, retention and professional development. According to an Office for Standards in Education (Ofsted) report published in March 2009, showed how 12 schools in highly disadvantaged areas transformed their fortunes. Ofsted said that quality of leadership from head teachers was paramount in transforming this situation.


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