Dear Justine Greening: how can you let schools shed pupils, like apples off a tree? | Education | The Guardian

“A recent report claimed to show which headteachers make the most impact on improving pupils’ chances. It categorised headteachers into types; one type is “surgeons”. Alex Hill, a researcher on this Centre for High Performance report, said schools run by “surgeons” “would lose as many as 25% of [pupils in] the GCSE year”.

So how does this go unnoticed?

Guardian

Source: Dear Justine Greening: how can you let schools shed pupils, like apples off a tree? | Education | The Guardian

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