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drift from Scotland to England

Discussion in 'Scotland - education news' started by heldon, May 20, 2011.

  1. heldon

    heldon Occasional commenter

    English and Welsh schools are facing a teacher supply crisis after a major drop in the number of people hoping to enter the profession, universities have warned.

    how long before we face a shortage ??

    3 -4 years my estimate
     
  2. ryeland

    ryeland New commenter

    Could be career saving news for some of us. Move next door?
    I get the impression that a shortage would be welcomed. Less money in wages, great news for COSLA and the Government, so what if class sizes are huge and subject options lost. Tough!

    Current policies seem designed to bring this about.
     

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