The impact of workload school leaders


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Current education policy is not addressing the mental health and wellbeing of school leaders say Jonathan Glazzard and Samuel Stones of Carnegie School of Education at Leeds Beckett University.

The current policy context in education focuses on the need for school leaders to reduce the unnecessary workload of teachers, particularly in relation to planning, assessment and data management tasks (Ways to reduce workload in your school, DfE, 2018).

The new Education Inspection Framework (Ofsted, 2019) focuses on the extent to which school leaders take action to reduce the workload of teachers and protect them from bullying and harassment.
Original languageEnglish
Media of outputInternet
PublisherEducation Support
Publication statusPublished - 26 Feb 2020


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