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Teachers' TV governor questionnaire

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Talking Point, the Teachers' TV series dedicated to passionate debate about issues that matter to schools, needs your help.

The next edition, presented by Sheena McDonald, will be taking an honest look at the role of governors in running schools.

To help inform the discussion Teachers' TV would like to know your opinions on some of the key issues: Do governors feel they can cope with the responsibilities they face? Do they believe they hold any real power? Do they feel they get enough training and support?

Attached is a short questionnaire that has been sent out to those governors registered with the Teachers' TV website. Teachers' TV would be grateful if you could take just a few minutes to fill in this anonymous survey and return it to us, by Tuesday 31 May.

The results will form a central part of the Talking Point programme, premiering 12 June at 9pm. It will be one of many programmes broadcast as part of the special Governors Week schedule, from June.

The full results of the survey will be published during Governors Week.




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Effective date: 31 May 2006
Posted date: 31 May 2006
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