Sat 16 March 2013, The Independent

Too many headteachers have been sacked because of government pressures and tough inspections, says union leader

By Richard Garner
Too many heads have been sacked because of government pressures to meet targets and tougher school inspections, the leader of the country's secondary headteachers' union warned today.
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