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Last year Teach First employees, participants, ambassadors and friends marched for the first time in London Pride to mark 50 years since the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality in England and
The Teacher Development Conference supported by NatWest MoneySense, brings together leading thinkers in the education sector.
It’s an exciting time at Teach First. Since I joined last autumn we’ve started developing our new strategy. We’re exploring how we play our part in tackling educational inequality, how we support
Many of you would have heard about GDPR – you’ve probably been contacted about it, or seen the term in the news – it stands for the General Data Protection Regulation. It’s an important change to
Education charity Teach First has announced the four winners of a nationwide competition to find the next big ideas to help make education fair.
Education charity Teach First has released new figures showing a near-doubling of LGBT+ teachers within its intake.
Amidst a shortage of school leaders, over half of classroom teachers want to make a step up to a senior role, yet most teachers spend just a few hours each year developing the skills needed. Nine out
For the fifth consecutive year, we are hugely proud to have been chosen as one of seven charity partners in leading global bank, Citi’s E for Education campaign.Kicking-off on 11 September and running
Following a successful partnership on STEM, our new three-year partnership with Barclays will support and effect strategic, long-lasting change in how schools deliver careers education and help young
Half a million children will find out their secondary school this Thursday. Poorest children in London six times more likely to go to outstanding school than those in North. Poorest children in North
We work closely with headteachers across the country to tackle inequality in education. We know there are a range of challenges that schools currently face – some determined by regional geography, and
As the Chancellor prepares to deliver the 2017 Budget today, Teach First CEO Russell Hobby shares his hopes for investment.
Challenges ahead for the next generation: Eight in ten Brits believe that where a young person lives can determine their chances of future success
Teach First is proud to announce that the Innovation Series has started once again with 52 projects in the pipeline to help address issues around educational inequality.
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,
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