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Is a headteacher a public officer

Discussion in 'Thinking of teaching' started by Turi, Sep 10, 2012.

  1. Is there anyone that would be able to advise me whether a headteacher is a public officer and whether there are any legal obligations for them to ensure that GCSE coursework is moderated fairly?
    and
    If they were made aware of manipulation of results what would this constitute?
    Thanks
    Turi
     
  2. Is there anyone that would be able to advise me whether a headteacher is a public officer and whether there are any legal obligations for them to ensure that GCSE coursework is moderated fairly?
    and
    If they were made aware of manipulation of results what would this constitute?
    Thanks
    Turi
     
  3. Hi
    The Teaching Agency are unable to reply to this one. Try the Headteacher forum.
     

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