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50% of secondary heads considering quitting

50% of secondary heads considering quitting
Over half of secondary school heads are considering quitting because of "toxic" government criticism of teachers, a new survey suggests. Research carried out by the Association of School and College Leaders blamed "unfounded criticism" for low morale in schools. Brian Lightman, the ASCL General Secretary, said headteachers felt  "angry, frustrated and on the verge of being bullied".

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