Women into Headship

The number of women head teachers in England has grown by 7% over the last five years to 13,800 female heads. This study for the National College of School Leadership by ICM Research provides detailed statistics of the factors responsible for the increase, including changing attitudes to work. ICM conducted 1,090 interviews with female teachers (573) and female headteachers (517) in school locations by telephone. Folder: Leadership Briefings Issue 3.04 (28)

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