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Teachers: collateral damage

Teachers: collateral damage

Teachers risk becoming “collateral damage” in the political debate around education, heads’ leaders have warned, after Michael Gove delivered the first in what is expected to be many partisan speeches on schools in the run-up to the election next year. … Russell Hobby, general secretary of heads’ union the NAHT, said he hoped that the political infighting would preoccupy ministers, allowing the profession to get on with their jobs, but admitted it might be wishful thinking.

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