When Geoff Barton was elected by popular acclamation to the top post in ASCL (Association of School and College Leaders), against the recommendation of its national council, a frisson of excitement went through the profession. Was this a sign at last that the worm was turning? After years of meek submission to a radically hostile government and its main apparatus of compliance, Ofsted, was this a portent that headteachers had had enough and were prepared to fight back?
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