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Where Have All the Teachers Gone?

The National Foundation for Educational Research and the Nuffield Foundation have published a wide ranging review as “issues of teacher recruitment and retention have recently moved up the education policy agenda as a result of rising pupil numbers, shortfalls in the number of new trainee teachers and increases in the proportion of teachers leaving (or considering leaving) the profession.” Continue reading

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Apprentices or Graduates? #ThursdayThunk

I spent Sunday afternoon listening to Justine Greening’s speech at the Conservative Party Conference; I was there on Headteachers’ Roundtable business.  If apprentice routes to employment are a must for a number of our students than should it also be a route for some of our teachers? Continue reading

Teacher Crisis: Deal with the Causes Not the Symptoms

The Education Select Committee published its report on teacher recruitment and retention today.  I’m increasingly impressed with the work the committee is doing led by its Chair, Neil Carmichael MP. Continue reading

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