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School short of money: please 'donate' one week's salary

Discussion in 'Headteachers' started by gailrobinson, Apr 11, 2011.

  1. This
    week's TES reports on a head of a cash-strapped Catholic secondary who
    drew up plans for his 200 staff to donate a week's pay to help protect
    jobs and frontline services.
    The head was forced to abandon the
    move over fears that it could prove 'divisive', but what would happen if you suggested this solution in your school?
    Read the full story: Please 'donate' one week's salary
     
  2. This
    week's TES reports on a head of a cash-strapped Catholic secondary who
    drew up plans for his 200 staff to donate a week's pay to help protect
    jobs and frontline services.
    The head was forced to abandon the
    move over fears that it could prove 'divisive', but what would happen if you suggested this solution in your school?
    Read the full story: Please 'donate' one week's salary
     

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