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Teacher apprenticeships may encourage more people into the profession – but greater change is needed to get them to stay

By Stephen Corbett, Professor in Professional Development and Learning, University of Portsmouth
The latest figures show yet another failure to meet teacher recruitment targets in England. In eight of the past nine years there have been too few people entering the teaching profession in the UK. In 2023-24, only half of the targeted secondary trainee teacher places have been filled.

Current indications show that the government needs over 13,000 more…The Conversation

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