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Female Head Teachers too low in secondary schools?

Female Head Teachers too low in secondary schools?

Female head teachers in England's secondary schools will remain an under-represented group for a quarter of a century, a study has found.

The research notes that there has been an increase in the overall proportion of female head teachers between 2001 and 2015, from 25% to 38%.

But it finds the proportion of women heads is unlikely to match that of women classroom teachers for 25 years.

The University of Nottingham study says the issue is one of social justice.

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