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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,
Our new 2017 cohort have taken their first steps in becoming qualified teachers, working towards completing their Post-Graduate Diploma in Education (PGDE). Participants were welcomed on to the
Today, when half a million parents find out their child’s new school on secondary schools offer day, the social mobility charity Teach First has launched ‘Challenge the Impossible’. The new campaign
Education charity Teach First has appointed the Rt Hon Lord Hill of Oareford and Dame Mary Marsh to its Board of Trustees. They will be part of a 13-strong Board overseeing the work of Teach First,
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
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
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.
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.
The Worshipful Company of Butchers has generously funded participants on Teach First’s Leadership Development Programme (LDP) for three years. In September 2016, they renewed our partnership, and we
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