On your head be it

Arkin, Anat
April 1997
People Management;4/17/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 8, p28
Assesses the problems faced by headteachers coping with local management of schools (LMS) and colleges that have undergone a fundamental transformation in the United Kingdom. Information on implications of the Education Reform Act of 1988; How the LMS delegated budgets to individual schools; Comments of Graham Pounty, head of Gosford Park Primary School in Coventry, on how headteachers develop their skills. INSETS: Schools in England..;Tapping into parent power..


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