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The Landscape of Teaching

This was sent to me and I thought the information was interesting enough to share further.  If you lead a school and want to retain your teachers think: reducing workload, ensuring staff have a work/life balance and ditch unreasonable requests.

The original article is here by Toby Dean from A Star Teachers.

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2 thoughts on “The Landscape of Teaching

  1. Surely we could create a national supply agency for all schools with the £821m going into private hands?

    Posted by bocks1 | January 10, 2017, 7:04 am

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