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Induction and supply

Discussion in 'New teachers' started by historygrump, Jun 2, 2011.

  1. historygrump

    historygrump Lead commenter Forum guide

    somebody on the 'get a job' post and I apologise for getting who it was, Put forward an idea that I have argued for and that we should revert to the system in use until 1999 and that NQT's on supply should not have to do an induction until they commence a full time post. So I would advice that you all should contact your MP's in support of this suggestion. I have mention this before, the Dept of Education are doing a review of the induction period for English NQT's in the autumn and they will be taking feedback from different sources according them on what the review should look to achieve, so contact them with your ideas. I have also argued for banning of anyone from teaching who is not a qualified teacher from actually teaching, but that is another issue.
     
  2. historygrump

    historygrump Lead commenter Forum guide

    somebody on the 'get a job' post and I apologise for getting who it was, Put forward an idea that I have argued for and that we should revert to the system in use until 1999 and that NQT's on supply should not have to do an induction until they commence a full time post. So I would advice that you all should contact your MP's in support of this suggestion. I have mention this before, the Dept of Education are doing a review of the induction period for English NQT's in the autumn and they will be taking feedback from different sources according them on what the review should look to achieve, so contact them with your ideas. I have also argued for banning of anyone from teaching who is not a qualified teacher from actually teaching, but that is another issue.
     

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