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Cuts an issue?

Discussion in 'New teachers' started by cwilson1983, Jun 5, 2011.

  1. cwilson1983

    cwilson1983 Occasional commenter

    This was in reply to another thread....about the masters degree giving you an edge.
  2. I think that doing a masters and induction is not wise. It is true that the MTL (masters in teaching and learning) has been cut by Michael Gove (despite his intention to have the best qualified teachers), though many universities will recognise induction work (with a short reflective statement) for masters' credits and perhaps allow you to transfer some from your PGCE, thereby making the degree a bit more affordable.

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