Watchdog in England is at odds with headteachers

In England, headteachers say they are concerned that many of them could leave the profession following recent criticism. Sir Michael Wilshaw, the new head of Ofsted, said 5,000 headteachers were underperforming and criticised them for the state of education in some schools. However, Russell Hobby, general secretary of the National Association of Head Teachers, said many headteachers could quit amid "constant denigration".

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