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This report is focused on ensuring every young person leaves school equipped to make the right decisions about their next steps, and aims at outlining what needs to be done to achieve the following goals:
At Teach First we believe that every child should have a fair chance to reach their full potential, whether that be through university, an apprenticeship or another career path. We don’t think any route should be easier to achieve simply because of your background or how much money your parents earn.
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Biomedical sciences student Ewan Jones took part in our two-week internship, the Insight Programme, to find out more about Teach First and our Leadership Development Programme.
You could say the main job of a teacher is to have answers, so the irony isn’t lost on me when people ask why I picked teaching as a career and I don’t seem to have an answer. But if I was to limit th
It’s an understatement to say that Tom Harbour has had a busy year. As a Teach First Ambassador who continued to teach after completing the Leadership Development Programme, Tom’s story started when h
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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