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Shared leadership on governing boards

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Last updated on 3 October 2017
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Can two school governors share the role of chair? We look at guidance from the DfE and a local authority, and highlight a case study from a primary school on shared leadership responsibilities. We also relay expert advice on dividing responsibilities and co-chairing a local governing body.

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  1. 1 Co-chairing
  2. 2 Dividing responsibilities
  3. 3 Advantages and disadvantages
  4. 4 Shared leadership: case study
  5. 5 Governors leading meetings 
  6. 6 Local governing bodies

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