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Technology and Remembering the Joys of Teaching
By Rosie Featherstone on August 30, 2018

As with every job, being able to see the joys of teaching may be difficult at times. With recruitment and retention rates for teachers remaining below target since 2012, it’s obvious...

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To Tackle the Teaching Crisis, We Must Start with Retention
By Bethany Spencer on October 12, 2017

The teaching crisis is ongoing, and despite the fact we’re all fully aware of the issues in play the only progress we seem to be making is on developing new statistics which further...

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Why We Need to Pay Attention to our Teachers
By Bethany Spencer on April 13, 2017

It’s not unusual to hear about the amount of hours teachers are working or the recruitment crisis . These issues have been going on so long that they’ve become what some might say ‘old...

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Guest Blog, teaching, teaching crisis

Being a Teacher: Overworked and Undervalued
By Rhys Giles on November 20, 2014

With the 2012 GCSE marking fiasco, and again recently in Dr Rory Fox's Daily Mail article, there've been a flood of comments regarding the teaching profession, and how supposedly lazy...

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