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Better use of school training and development days

Time was perceived to be the greatest barrier to staff development and yet it was generally not being used well, especially that devoted to ‘training’ or ‘INSET’ days. Professor Peter Earley holds the Chair of Education Leadership and Management at the London Centre for Leadership in Learning, Department of Learning and Leadership, UCL Institute of Education,University College London.

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