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WDAM-TV Hattiesburg
Southern Miss College of Health HEADWAE recipients honored at state capitolThis is a news release from the University of Southern Mississippi A faculty m
Southern Miss College of Health HEADWAE recipients honored at state capitol
WDAM-TV Hattiesburg / Posted 9 hours ago
This is a news release from the University of Southern Mississippi A faculty member and student from the College of Health are The University of Southern Mississippi’s recipients of the annual Higher Education Appreciation Day, Working for Academic... Read more
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WDAM-TV Hattiesburg
Southern Miss College of Health HEADWAE Recipients Honored at State CapitolThe following is a news release from The University of Southern Mississippi A
Southern Miss College of Health HEADWAE Recipients Honored at State Capitol
WDAM-TV Hattiesburg / Posted 10 hours ago
The following is a news release from The University of Southern Mississippi A faculty member and student from the College of Health are The University of Southern Mississippi’s recipients of the annual Higher Education Appreciation Day, Working for... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Finger Pointing As 66.6 Percent Fail JcAcademics and teacher unions are in agreement that there are no surprises in th
Finger Pointing As 66.6 Percent Fail Jc
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 days ago
Academics and teacher unions are in agreement that there are no surprises in the 67% failure by Junior Certificate candidates for the 2015 examinations, and have put the blame squarely at the door of government for failing to address issues... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire will not be forgotten in drive to bring teachers to struggling areas, says education secretary Schools in Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire will not be forgotten in the n
Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire will not be forgotten in drive to bring teachers to struggling areas, says education secretary
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 7 days ago
Schools in Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire will not be forgotten in the national drive to bring teachers to... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire will not be forgotten in drive to bring teachers to struggling areas, says education secretary Schools in Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire will not be forgotten in the n
Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire will not be forgotten in drive to bring teachers to struggling areas, says education secretary
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 7 days ago
Schools in Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire will not be forgotten in the national drive to bring teachers to... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Board Decries Shortage of Teachers in Benue SchoolsMakurdi — The Benue State Teaching Service Board (BSTSB) has appealed to the st
Board Decries Shortage of Teachers in Benue Schools
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 days ago
Makurdi — The Benue State Teaching Service Board (BSTSB) has appealed to the state government to urgently address the shortage of teachers in secondary schools across the state. Executive secretary of the board, Mr.James Pine in an interview with... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Trust warns of problems schools face in recruiting headteachersMany of England's schools are struggling to recruit headteachers, a report warn
Trust warns of problems schools face in recruiting headteachers
Kingston Guardian / Posted 13 days ago
Many of England's schools are struggling to recruit headteachers, a report warns. More needs to be done to attract good candidates to fill the posts, according to The Future Leaders Trust, such as urging current school leaders to identify those with... Read more
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Gazette News
Trust warns of problems schools face in recruiting headteachersMany of England's schools are struggling to recruit headteachers, a report warn
Trust warns of problems schools face in recruiting headteachers
Gazette News / Posted 13 days ago
Many of England's schools are struggling to recruit headteachers, a report warns. More needs to be done to attract good candidates to fill the posts, according to The Future Leaders Trust, such as urging current school leaders to identify those with... Read more
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Bolton News
Trust warns of problems schools face in recruiting headteachersMany of England's schools are struggling to recruit headteachers, a report warn
Trust warns of problems schools face in recruiting headteachers
Bolton News / Posted 13 days ago
Many of England's schools are struggling to recruit headteachers, a report warns. More needs to be done to attract good candidates to fill the posts, according to The Future Leaders Trust, such as urging current school leaders to identify those with... Read more
15 related stories
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This is Oxfordshire
Trust warns of problems schools face in recruiting headteachersMany of England's schools are struggling to recruit headteachers, a report warn
Trust warns of problems schools face in recruiting headteachers
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 13 days ago
Many of England's schools are struggling to recruit headteachers, a report warns. More needs to be done to attract good candidates to fill the posts, according to The Future Leaders Trust, such as urging current school leaders to identify those with... Read more
15 related stories
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The News and Star
Trailblazing schools introduce new benchmarks a year earlyFour Cumbrian schools are trailblazing a new way of measuring the success of se
Trailblazing schools introduce new benchmarks a year early
The News and Star / Posted 13 days ago
Four Cumbrian schools are trailblazing a new way of measuring the success of secondaries. Appleby Grammar School in Appleby, Solway School in Silloth, and Aspatria’s Beacon Hill School are three of the four county schools helping to introduce... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Trust warns of problems schools face in recruiting headteachersMany of England's schools are struggling to recruit headteachers, a report warn
Trust warns of problems schools face in recruiting headteachers
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 13 days ago
Many of England's schools are struggling to recruit headteachers, a report warns. More needs to be done to attract good candidates to fill the posts, according to The Future Leaders Trust, such as urging current school leaders to identify those with... Read more
15 related stories
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Oxford Mail
Trust warns of problems schools face in recruiting headteachersMany of England's schools are struggling to recruit headteachers, a report warn
Trust warns of problems schools face in recruiting headteachers
Oxford Mail / Posted 13 days ago
Many of England's schools are struggling to recruit headteachers, a report warns. More needs to be done to attract good candidates to fill the posts, according to The Future Leaders Trust, such as urging current school leaders to identify those with... Read more
15 related stories
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Gazette
Trust warns of problems schools face in recruiting headteachersMany of England's schools are struggling to recruit headteachers, a report warn
Trust warns of problems schools face in recruiting headteachers
Gazette / Posted 13 days ago
Many of England's schools are struggling to recruit headteachers, a report warns. More needs to be done to attract good candidates to fill the posts, according to The Future Leaders Trust, such as urging current school leaders to identify those with... Read more
15 related stories
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Harrow Times
Trust warns of problems schools face in recruiting headteachersMany of England's schools are struggling to recruit headteachers, a report warn
Trust warns of problems schools face in recruiting headteachers
Harrow Times / Posted 13 days ago
Many of England's schools are struggling to recruit headteachers, a report warns. More needs to be done to attract good candidates to fill the posts, according to The Future Leaders Trust, such as urging current school leaders to identify those with... Read more
15 related stories
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This is West Country
Trust warns of problems schools face in recruiting headteachersMany of England's schools are struggling to recruit headteachers, a report warn
Trust warns of problems schools face in recruiting headteachers
This is West Country / Posted 13 days ago
Many of England's schools are struggling to recruit headteachers, a report warns. More needs to be done to attract good candidates to fill the posts, according to The Future Leaders Trust, such as urging current school leaders to identify those with... Read more
15 related stories
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Wandsworth Guardian
Trust warns of problems schools face in recruiting headteachersMany of England's schools are struggling to recruit headteachers, a report warn
Trust warns of problems schools face in recruiting headteachers
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 13 days ago
Many of England's schools are struggling to recruit headteachers, a report warns. More needs to be done to attract good candidates to fill the posts, according to The Future Leaders Trust, such as urging current school leaders to identify those with... Read more
15 related stories
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Croydon Guardian
Trust warns of problems schools face in recruiting headteachersMany of England's schools are struggling to recruit headteachers, a report warn
Trust warns of problems schools face in recruiting headteachers
Croydon Guardian / Posted 13 days ago
Many of England's schools are struggling to recruit headteachers, a report warns. More needs to be done to attract good candidates to fill the posts, according to The Future Leaders Trust, such as urging current school leaders to identify those with... Read more
15 related stories
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Hampshire Chronicle
Trust warns of problems schools face in recruiting headteachersMany of England's schools are struggling to recruit headteachers, a report warn
Trust warns of problems schools face in recruiting headteachers
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 13 days ago
Many of England's schools are struggling to recruit headteachers, a report warns. More needs to be done to attract good candidates to fill the posts, according to The Future Leaders Trust, such as urging current school leaders to identify those with... Read more
15 related stories
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Trust warns of problems schools face in recruiting headteachersMany of England's schools are struggling to recruit headteachers, a report warn
Trust warns of problems schools face in recruiting headteachers
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 13 days ago
Many of England's schools are struggling to recruit headteachers, a report warns. More needs to be done to attract good candidates to fill the posts, according to The Future Leaders Trust, such as urging current school leaders to identify those with... Read more
15 related stories
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guardian-series
Trust warns of problems schools face in recruiting headteachersMany of England's schools are struggling to recruit headteachers, a report warn
Trust warns of problems schools face in recruiting headteachers
guardian-series / Posted 14 days ago
Many of England's schools are struggling to recruit headteachers, a report warns. More needs to be done to attract good candidates to fill the posts, according to The Future Leaders Trust, such as urging current school leaders to identify those with... Read more
15 related stories
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Bury Times
Trust warns of problems schools face in recruiting headteachersMany of England's schools are struggling to recruit headteachers, a report warn
Trust warns of problems schools face in recruiting headteachers
Bury Times / Posted 14 days ago
Many of England's schools are struggling to recruit headteachers, a report warns. More needs to be done to attract good candidates to fill the posts, according to The Future Leaders Trust, such as urging current school leaders to identify those with... Read more
15 related stories
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Greenock Telegraph
Trust warns of problems schools face in recruiting headteachersMany of England's schools are struggling to recruit headteachers, a report warn
Trust warns of problems schools face in recruiting headteachers
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
Many of England's schools are struggling to recruit headteachers, a report warns. More needs to be done to attract good candidates to fill the posts, according to The Future Leaders Trust, such as urging current school leaders to identify those with... Read more
15 related stories
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AllAfrica.com
Yobe Govt Worries Over Mass Failure in SSCE, NECO ExamsDamaturu — Yobe State government has expressed displeasure over the mass failur
Yobe Govt Worries Over Mass Failure in SSCE, NECO Exams
AllAfrica.com / Posted 14 days ago
Damaturu — Yobe State government has expressed displeasure over the mass failure of students who sat for the 2015 SSCE and NECO examinations. This was disclosed by the newly appointed chairman of Yobe Teaching Service Board, Alhaji Ali Baba Maidala,... Read more
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guardian-series
Pay teachers in poor areas more to raise standards: CleggPaying teachers more to work in poorly-performing areas of the country could he
Pay teachers in poor areas more to raise standards: Clegg
guardian-series / Posted 27 days ago
Paying teachers more to work in poorly-performing areas of the country could help end the "postcode inequality" of education in England and Wales, former deputy prime minister Nick Clegg has suggested. The ex-Liberal Democrat leader is chairing a... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Pay teachers in poor areas more to raise standards: CleggPaying teachers more to work in poorly-performing areas of the country could he
Pay teachers in poor areas more to raise standards: Clegg
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 27 days ago
Paying teachers more to work in poorly-performing areas of the country could help end the "postcode inequality" of education in England and Wales, former deputy prime minister Nick Clegg has suggested. The ex-Liberal Democrat leader is chairing a... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Pay teachers in poor areas more to raise standards: CleggPaying teachers more to work in poorly-performing areas of the country could he
Pay teachers in poor areas more to raise standards: Clegg
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 27 days ago
Paying teachers more to work in poorly-performing areas of the country could help end the "postcode inequality" of education in England and Wales, former deputy prime minister Nick Clegg has suggested. The ex-Liberal Democrat leader is chairing a... Read more
21 related stories
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Lancashire Telegraph
Pay teachers in poor areas more to raise standards: CleggPaying teachers more to work in poorly-performing areas of the country could he
Pay teachers in poor areas more to raise standards: Clegg
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 27 days ago
Paying teachers more to work in poorly-performing areas of the country could help end the "postcode inequality" of education in England and Wales, former deputy prime minister Nick Clegg has suggested. The ex-Liberal Democrat leader is chairing a... Read more
21 related stories
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Northern Echo
Pay teachers in poor areas more to raise standards: CleggThe Social Market Foundation published research showing how children's performa
Pay teachers in poor areas more to raise standards: Clegg
Northern Echo / Posted 27 days ago
The Social Market Foundation published research showing how children's performance at school depends upon which part of the country they grow up in, with large regional variations across England and Wales. Mr Clegg said: "It is clear that Britain is... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Pay teachers in poor areas more to raise standards: CleggPaying teachers more to work in poorly-performing areas of the country could he
Pay teachers in poor areas more to raise standards: Clegg
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 27 days ago
Paying teachers more to work in poorly-performing areas of the country could help end the "postcode inequality" of education in England and Wales, former deputy prime minister Nick Clegg has suggested. The ex-Liberal Democrat leader is chairing a... Read more
21 related stories
27d
Kingston Guardian
Pay teachers in poor areas more to raise standards: CleggPaying teachers more to work in poorly-performing areas of the country could he
Pay teachers in poor areas more to raise standards: Clegg
Kingston Guardian / Posted 27 days ago
Paying teachers more to work in poorly-performing areas of the country could help end the "postcode inequality" of education in England and Wales, former deputy prime minister Nick Clegg has suggested. The ex-Liberal Democrat leader is chairing a... Read more
21 related stories
27d
Greenock Telegraph
Pay teachers in poor areas more to raise standards: CleggPaying teachers more to work in poorly-performing areas of the country could he
Pay teachers in poor areas more to raise standards: Clegg
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 27 days ago
Paying teachers more to work in poorly-performing areas of the country could help end the "postcode inequality" of education in England and Wales, former deputy prime minister Nick Clegg has suggested. The ex-Liberal Democrat leader is chairing a... Read more
21 related stories
27d
Gazette News
Pay teachers in poor areas more to raise standards: CleggPaying teachers more to work in poorly-performing areas of the country could he
Pay teachers in poor areas more to raise standards: Clegg
Gazette News / Posted 27 days ago
Paying teachers more to work in poorly-performing areas of the country could help end the "postcode inequality" of education in England and Wales, former deputy prime minister Nick Clegg has suggested. The ex-Liberal Democrat leader is chairing a... Read more
21 related stories
27d
Oxford Mail
Pay teachers in poor areas more to raise standards: CleggPaying teachers more to work in poorly-performing areas of the country could he
Pay teachers in poor areas more to raise standards: Clegg
Oxford Mail / Posted 27 days ago
Paying teachers more to work in poorly-performing areas of the country could help end the "postcode inequality" of education in England and Wales, former deputy prime minister Nick Clegg has suggested. The ex-Liberal Democrat leader is chairing a... Read more
21 related stories
27d
Streatham Guardian
Pay teachers in poor areas more to raise standards: CleggPaying teachers more to work in poorly-performing areas of the country could he
Pay teachers in poor areas more to raise standards: Clegg
Streatham Guardian / Posted 27 days ago
Paying teachers more to work in poorly-performing areas of the country could help end the "postcode inequality" of education in England and Wales, former deputy prime minister Nick Clegg has suggested. The ex-Liberal Democrat leader is chairing a... Read more
21 related stories
27d
Bury Times
Pay teachers in poor areas more to raise standards: CleggPaying teachers more to work in poorly-performing areas of the country could he
Pay teachers in poor areas more to raise standards: Clegg
Bury Times / Posted 27 days ago
Paying teachers more to work in poorly-performing areas of the country could help end the "postcode inequality" of education in England and Wales, former deputy prime minister Nick Clegg has suggested. The ex-Liberal Democrat leader is chairing a... Read more
21 related stories
27d
Gazette
Pay teachers in poor areas more to raise standards: CleggPaying teachers more to work in poorly-performing areas of the country could he
Pay teachers in poor areas more to raise standards: Clegg
Gazette / Posted 27 days ago
Paying teachers more to work in poorly-performing areas of the country could help end the "postcode inequality" of education in England and Wales, former deputy prime minister Nick Clegg has suggested. The ex-Liberal Democrat leader is chairing a... Read more
21 related stories
27d
Harrow Times
Pay teachers in poor areas more to raise standards: CleggPaying teachers more to work in poorly-performing areas of the country could he
Pay teachers in poor areas more to raise standards: Clegg
Harrow Times / Posted 27 days ago
Paying teachers more to work in poorly-performing areas of the country could help end the "postcode inequality" of education in England and Wales, former deputy prime minister Nick Clegg has suggested. The ex-Liberal Democrat leader is chairing a... Read more
21 related stories
27d
This is West Country
Pay teachers in poor areas more to raise standards: CleggPaying teachers more to work in poorly-performing areas of the country could he
Pay teachers in poor areas more to raise standards: Clegg
This is West Country / Posted 27 days ago
Paying teachers more to work in poorly-performing areas of the country could help end the "postcode inequality" of education in England and Wales, former deputy prime minister Nick Clegg has suggested. The ex-Liberal Democrat leader is chairing a... Read more
21 related stories
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Gazette News
Pay cap is causing teacher recruitment crisis, union warnsA crisis in the number of new teachers is largely the result of the Government'
Pay cap is causing teacher recruitment crisis, union warns
Gazette News / Posted 28 days ago
A crisis in the number of new teachers is largely the result of the Government's pay policy, according to the country's largest teaching union. A 1% cap enforced on teachers' pay over the last five years is putting off newcomers to the profession,... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Pay cap is causing teacher recruitment crisis, union warnsA crisis in the number of new teachers is largely the result of the Government'
Pay cap is causing teacher recruitment crisis, union warns
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 28 days ago
A crisis in the number of new teachers is largely the result of the Government's pay policy, according to the country's largest teaching union. A 1% cap enforced on teachers' pay over the last five years is putting off newcomers to the profession,... Read more
19 related stories
28d
St Albans & Harpenden Review
Pay cap is causing teacher recruitment crisis, union warnsA crisis in the number of new teachers is largely the result of the Government'
Pay cap is causing teacher recruitment crisis, union warns
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 28 days ago
A crisis in the number of new teachers is largely the result of the Government's pay policy, according to the country's largest teaching union. A 1% cap enforced on teachers' pay over the last five years is putting off newcomers to the profession,... Read more
19 related stories
28d
Croydon Guardian
Pay cap is causing teacher recruitment crisis, union warnsA crisis in the number of new teachers is largely the result of the Government'
Pay cap is causing teacher recruitment crisis, union warns
Croydon Guardian / Posted 28 days ago
A crisis in the number of new teachers is largely the result of the Government's pay policy, according to the country's largest teaching union. A 1% cap enforced on teachers' pay over the last five years is putting off newcomers to the profession,... Read more
19 related stories
28d
Hampshire Chronicle
Pay cap is causing teacher recruitment crisis, union warnsA crisis in the number of new teachers is largely the result of the Government'
Pay cap is causing teacher recruitment crisis, union warns
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 28 days ago
A crisis in the number of new teachers is largely the result of the Government's pay policy, according to the country's largest teaching union. A 1% cap enforced on teachers' pay over the last five years is putting off newcomers to the profession,... Read more
19 related stories
28d
This is Oxfordshire
Pay cap is causing teacher recruitment crisis, union warnsA crisis in the number of new teachers is largely the result of the Government'
Pay cap is causing teacher recruitment crisis, union warns
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 28 days ago
A crisis in the number of new teachers is largely the result of the Government's pay policy, according to the country's largest teaching union. A 1% cap enforced on teachers' pay over the last five years is putting off newcomers to the profession,... Read more
19 related stories
28d
Lancashire Telegraph
Pay cap is causing teacher recruitment crisis, union warnsA crisis in the number of new teachers is largely the result of the Government'
Pay cap is causing teacher recruitment crisis, union warns
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 28 days ago
A crisis in the number of new teachers is largely the result of the Government's pay policy, according to the country's largest teaching union. A 1% cap enforced on teachers' pay over the last five years is putting off newcomers to the profession,... Read more
19 related stories
28d
Northern Echo
Pay cap is causing teacher recruitment crisis, union warnsOver three-quarters of teachers have "seriously considered leaving the professi
Pay cap is causing teacher recruitment crisis, union warns
Northern Echo / Posted 28 days ago
Over three-quarters of teachers have "seriously considered leaving the profession" in the last year as increased workloads affect their health and wellbeing, it claimed. The staffing crisis threatens to hit teaching standards across the country, the... Read more
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28d
West Moreland Gazette
Pay cap is causing teacher recruitment crisis, union warnsA crisis in the number of new teachers is largely the result of the Government'
Pay cap is causing teacher recruitment crisis, union warns
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 28 days ago
A crisis in the number of new teachers is largely the result of the Government's pay policy, according to the country's largest teaching union. A 1% cap enforced on teachers' pay over the last five years is putting off newcomers to the profession,... Read more
19 related stories
28d
Kingston Guardian
Pay cap is causing teacher recruitment crisis, union warnsA crisis in the number of new teachers is largely the result of the Government'
Pay cap is causing teacher recruitment crisis, union warns
Kingston Guardian / Posted 28 days ago
A crisis in the number of new teachers is largely the result of the Government's pay policy, according to the country's largest teaching union. A 1% cap enforced on teachers' pay over the last five years is putting off newcomers to the profession,... Read more
19 related stories
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Oxford Mail
Pay cap is causing teacher recruitment crisis, union warnsA crisis in the number of new teachers is largely the result of the Government'
Pay cap is causing teacher recruitment crisis, union warns
Oxford Mail / Posted 28 days ago
A crisis in the number of new teachers is largely the result of the Government's pay policy, according to the country's largest teaching union. A 1% cap enforced on teachers' pay over the last five years is putting off newcomers to the profession,... Read more
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