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Challenging the chair and headteacher's way of working

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Last updated on 17 March 2017
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How can we challenge how the chair and the headteacher work together? We relay expert advice on what governors can do when a chair and headteacher do not let others contribute to decisions.

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Contents

  1. 1 Addressing the issue
  2. 2 Speaking to the chair or vice-chair
  3. 3 Scheduling an agenda item
  4. 4 Board self-evaluation
  5. 5 Electing a new chair

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