Headteacher in Scotland started as a parent-volunteer

08/13/2013 | Guardian (London), The

In this interview, Elaine Brackenridge, who started working in schools as a parent-volunteer, describes her career path as she prepares for her new role as headteacher of the Royal Blind School in Edinburgh, Scotland. As she transitioned from parent to educator, Brackenridge said professional development was "vital" to helping prepare her to become a headteacher. "After coming so late to education I have a real passion to keep learning," she said.

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