Teach First Gender Pay Gap Report: 2022

Teach First is working towards a day when no child’s educational success is limited by their background.

Our 2022 report is our sixth annual gender pay gap report and we are delighted to report a median pay gap of 0%. This compares to a national pay gap of 15.4% (Office for National Statistics, 26 October 2021). This hasn’t happened by accident. It’s the result of a five-year journey we’ve been on to reform pay at Teach First.

However, whilst we’re really proud to see this work succeed, we’re not going to lessen our focus on the full scope of our diversity and inclusion work. We remain committed to ensuring gender equality and increasing the representation of historically underrepresented groups, at all levels and in all areas of our business.

We recognise the gender pay gap is a result of a wide range of economic, cultural, social, and educational factors. We know these factors influence our internal culture, policies, and practices. Our response to the gender pay gap is part of a larger, holistic approach to diversity and inclusion. You can read more about Diversity & Inclusion at Teach First here.

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