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Highly effective leadership in children's centres [Executive summary]

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The National College commissioned this project to research the nature of highly effective leadership in children's centres and the development of system leadership. The study included a rapid review of research and policy, case studies of 25 centre leaders identified as 'highly effective' and practitioner workshops to validate the findings. The project took place between summer 2011 and spring 2012. (author abstract)
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