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Head Teachers are younger.

Head Teachers are younger.

Britain's headteachers are the youngest they have ever been, as figures show that over 100 schools have appointed school leaders in their 20s.

The number of heads under the age of 35 has grown by three quarters since 2010, according to figures from the Department for Education (DfE)

Since 2010, a higher proportion of younger teachers have progressed into senior leadership positions than that of more experienced teachers, aged over 40.

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