According to The Good Teacher Training Guide 2017, trainee teachers on school-led courses are more likely to start a career in teaching.
This is compared with those on university courses.
The guide shows that 90 per cent of final year trainees which had school-based training went on to have a career in teaching.
Whereas, 79 per cent from university post-graduate courses and 74 per cent on undergraduate courses entered teaching.
The number of trainees who are training in schools rather than on a university course has also increased, with 2016-17 seeing a rise of five per cent to 56 per cent from the previous year.
The report says a likely explanation is that “those opting to train in schools are more committed to teaching, and schools select them more carefully, seeing them as possible future colleagues”.
There is a rising number of headteachers being paid six-figure salaries, Tes has reported.
The number of new teachers entering the profession has dropped to its lowest in five years, Department for Education (DfE) figures show.
Tall Oaks Academy Trust in Gainsborough has scrapped its experimental holiday calendar it introduced to alleviate cost pressures and reduce term-time absences.
Over 300 schools across Wales are set to get superfast broadband thanks to Welsh government funding, education secretary Kirsty Williams has announced.
Exam watchdog Ofqual is inviting teachers to workshops to offer their perspectives on the assessment of this summer’s reformed GCSEs, AS and A Levels.
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