Why do so Many Superheads fall off their perch?

The field is littered with the bodies of superheads who have arrived, conquered, and then been shot down in flames. Barrister Andrew Faux has seen it all a dozen times and has an analysis of why it happens so frequently.
Cartoon of superhead

Since 2005 I have worked at the coal-face of teaching regulation. I spent five years as an in-house lawyer at the General Teaching Council for England preparing and presenting cases about misconduct and incompetence.  In 2010 I abandoned my game keeping role and turned poacher, representing teachers accused of wrong-doing. During the last 12 years thousands of allegations against hundreds of teachers have crossed my desk.

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