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Can an executive headteacher also be the CEO of a MAT?
Can the executive headteacher also be the CEO of a multi-academy trust (MAT)? We look at whether there are any rules on this, and relay advice on the advantages and challenges of this type of arrangement. We also link to examples of leadership structures in MATs.
- No rules preventing the CEO being the executive headteacher
- Advice for large MATs
- CEOs as executive headteachers: pros and cons
- Examples of CEO/executive headship arrangements in MATs
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