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Teachers quitting adds to heads’ recruitment woes | News

Heads union NAHT are reporting a bit of a recruitment and retention problem.

Well, well, well.

A few reasons are put forward for this problem, including workload, with one headteacher commenting that teachers in his school are, “taking home 90 books every day”.

Could I ask what he is doing about that?  What sort of marking policy results in teachers taking home 90 books a day?

I also have to ask why teachers are not challenging the head.

How many headteachers contribute to the recruitment crisis by the policies they try to impose on teachers?

If you need help challenging your headteacher, or the leadership team in your school, you know who to call.

It doesn’t have to be like this.

Almost four in five schools have struggled to fill, or failed to fill, vacancies this year, new research shows

Source: Teachers quitting adds to heads’ recruitment woes | News

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This entry was posted on November 18, 2016 by in Media, workload.

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