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Role of the chair and vice-chair on a MAT advisory board

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Last updated on 12 May 2017
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What is the role of the chair and vice-chair on a MAT advisory board? We relay advice from one of our associate education experts and look at examples of advisory boards in two multi-academy trusts. We also link to information on local governing bodies.

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Contents

  1. 1 What are MAT advisory boards?
  2. 2 Role of the chair of an advisory board
  3. 3 Role of the vice-chair of an advisory board
  4. 4 Examples of advisory boards in MATs

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