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The clerk's role in supporting the effectiveness of the governing body
How can the clerk ensure the governing body works effectively? We look at regulations and DfE advice on the clerk's role in the effective running of the governing body. We also relay advice from two of our associate education experts about how clerks can help governors work more efficiently.
- Role of the clerk to governors: regulations and guidance
- The clerk's authority over the way the governing body functions
- Supporting governors to manage their time effectively
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