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Leadership Focus September 2017

In this issue:
  • NAHT Aspire - three years since its launch, how has Aspire helped schools?
  • Assessment - How our assessment campaign continues to address the culture of high-stakes testing and accountability.
  • #iwill - engaging young people in social action. 
  • Early Years - take a look at what the Early Years Sector Council has achieved.
  • The fight against asbestos - we look at NAHT's latest campaigning work regarding asbestos in school buildings.
  • Wall planner - your pull-out guide to our Winter and Spring CPD.
  • Waging war on the pay cap - what has been the impact on schools of teh public sector pay cap?
  • School funding in crisis - NAHT calls for more action.

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