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SchoolsWorld News - 18 - Sept- 09

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This week on SchoolsWorld News, Laura Turner reports on whether cover supervisors are being over-used, as headteachers try to balance their budgets and avoid paying for supply teachers.

We also hear four different perspectives on whether diplomas are working since their introduction over a year ago, and how schools and businesses feel about them.

And finally Charlotte Hume speaks to Julian Lloyd Webber about the teaching of music in schools, and his project "In Harmony" which ties in with the National Year of Music and aims to bring music to children in some of the most deprived areas of the country.

Part of the series: Leadership Toolkit

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