• Researchers hit out at controversial Laker and Hill headteacher study

    Rival researchers have condemned a new study that recommends controversial ways headteachers can turn failing schools around – accusing its authors of “confusing correlation with cause”. The study suggests significant staff turnover of between 30 and 50 per cent as one measure for success, as well as 95-per-cent pupil attendance and establishing all-through schools. In

    10.00 Sep. 22nd, 2017 | News