If current recruitment and retention trends continue, teachers' pay will need to increase ‘significantly more than one per cent’ to ensure an adequate supply of good teachers, according to the School Teachers' Review Body.
Teachers in Jersey could face a salary cuts of up to £8,000 as part of new cost cutting measures.
Pat Glass has resigned as shadow education secretary, just two days after being appointed to the role.
Christine Quinn, CEO and executive principal of Ninestiles Academy Trust, has been appointed as regional schools commissioner for the West Midlands.
Pat Glass has been appointed as the new shadow education secretary, following Lucy Powell’s resignation.
Unison has pledged to campaign for an end to school workers being employed on term time contracts.
The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) has said that school nurses could help tackle the crisis in children’s mental health, but that staff numbers were reducing.
More than 16,000 new secondary school places will be needed within the next seven years to meet rising demand, according to analysis by the BBC.
In a report, the Public Account Committee (PAC) has cautioned that ministers have ‘no plan’ to address the growing teacher shortage in England.
The Education Select Committee has heard that a number of teachers are starting their careers in primary school with only a few hours training in some subject areas.
The National Audit Office (NAO) has questioned the Department for Education’s (DfE) spending on teacher training bursaries without measuring whether they are effective.
Every regional schools commissioner (RSC) will now have two deputy directors, as the full details of the government’s plan to expand academies management emerge.
The names of three more deputy directors have been revealed to academy trust chief executives.
The Department for Education (DfE) is set to appoint eight new senior civil servants to head up regional schools commissioner (RSC) offices and help manage their rising workload.
A consultation has been launched to examine the impact of immigration rules on teacher shortages.
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