Educational inequality is a national problem and we’ve got a lot to say about it. Our media team is available at any time for comment, interviews and information.
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The Government today (Monday 29 January) has launched its teacher recruitment and retention strategy in a bid to boost the number of teachers in the profession whilst making sure talented individuals
Teach First and the Education and Employers charity today (Wednesday 23 January) publish new research highlighting the importance of getting children to think much earlier than at present about their
A third of workers (33%) in the UK tempted to lie about their job HR and IT professionals most likely to stretch the truth about their day jobs Teach First launches hunt for professionals longing to
Today (November 20) Teach First launches its five-year strategy with a range of new schemes to boost the number of teachers in schools serving disadvantaged communities. In doing so Chief Executive,
Ahead of GCSE results day, the education charity and leading teacher recruiter Teach First is warning that poorer pupils are more likely to be excluded than to achieve the government’s gold standard
On Tuesday 3rd July, the Government Equalities Office published the results of the national LGBT survey that ran between July and October 2017. In it, the survey reveals the experiences of LGBT people
Executive Director Sam Freedman is to leave Teach First after five years to take up an exciting new post as Chief Executive of Ark’s Education Partnerships Group. Ark EPG is a charity that works with
Education charity Teach First has appointed Tulsi Naidu, CEO of Zurich in the UK, to its Board of Trustees. Tulsi will be part of a 12-strong Board overseeing the work of Teach First, the UK’s largest
Responding to the Education Secretary’s speech on ‘ordinary working families’, Brett Wigdortz OBE – Founder and Chief Executive of education charity Teach First, said:
Challenges ahead for the next generation: Eight in ten Brits believe that where a young person lives can determine their chances of future success
Preparations for our Impact Conference 2017: Challenge the Impossible are in full swing and we are thrilled to announce that two major sponsors have joined the event.
In the week in which thousands of students receive their A-Level results, education charity Teach First has found that those born in the poorest postcodes of the country have just a one in five chance
Commenting on the Secretary of State for Education’s announcement of an additional £1.3bn for schools, Sam Freedman, Executive Director at Teach First, said:
On Wednesday 14 June, Teach First welcomed 250 guests to the Science Museum as part of our 15th anniversary Challenge the Impossible campaign. With Vernon Kay as our enigmatic Master of Ceremonies,
Education charity Teach First Cymru has announced it will partner with Cardiff Metropolitan University, supported by Bath Spa University's Institute for Education, to deliver its innovative teacher
Teach First’s trustee board has chosen a leading figure in UK education, Russell Hobby, to take over as Chief Executive of the social mobility and education charity later this year.
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