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News: Strong leadership ‘key to success of MATs’

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Successful academy trusts have “powerful and authoritative” chief executives who tend to be former headteachers, according to Ofsted’s chief inspector. Investment in CPD for staff and clear governance arrangements are also key to the good performance of chains, Sir Michael Wilshaw claims.

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