How Much Does a Head Teacher Get Paid?

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Head teachers' pay varies with the type of school and whether they are employed by the government or private institutions. It ranges from £100, 000 to £150, 000 with a few earning more than this. Moreover, it has been proposed that the salary will be increased to a standard figure of about £140, 000.
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