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We're delighted to announce that Teach First will benefit from a funding boost of over £676,000 following another record-breaking 'e for education' campaign.
When it comes to a fairer society, education is critical. We’ve taken great strides in the last 16 years, working in partnership with others to improve it in the UK.
Teach First has appointed Caroline Carr, Chief Human Resources Officer for the private equity firm, Permira, as the newest member of its Board of Trustees.
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In England today, there is one teacher leaving the profession for every one that joins. Against this backdrop, the number of secondary pupils is rising rapidly, and not enough people are joining teacher training routes: last year, the number of trainees recruited was 20% below target.
The UK faces an unprecedented demand for teachers. One teacher is leaving for every new one joining the profession. This challenge is set to grow with an additional 400,000 secondary schools pupils entering schools by 2027 - more than the number of secondary pupils in London today.
This week sees the publication of our policy paper “Leading Together: when it comes to school leadership, the whole works".
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Last month Russell Hobby shared the headlines of our new strategy , focusing on: Getting more great teachers to where they’re needed the most Strengthening school leadership so schools and teachers
Like anyone, Zoe had doubts about giving up the career she’d invested so much in. But it turned out her skills were surprisingly transferable. Once she realised how much she enjoyed the interaction
“For a while, I had the nickname of DC Death, because every time I had a night shift, someone got murdered”.
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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