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Schools sacking teachers

Discussion in 'Secondary' started by Training_2_Teach, Feb 8, 2012.

  1. Training_2_Teach

    Training_2_Teach New commenter

    The time has now come where schools are targeting and sacking underperforming teachers.
    A Head of Dept at my school has been demoted to a basic classroom teacher after leading the department successfully for many years because the last two years the department has not reached their target results.
    Times are tough guys, cover your backs by keeping all paper work showing what intervention stategies you used to deal with your under performing kids!




     
  2. Training_2_Teach

    Training_2_Teach New commenter

    The time has now come where schools are targeting and sacking underperforming teachers.
    A Head of Dept at my school has been demoted to a basic classroom teacher after leading the department successfully for many years because the last two years the department has not reached their target results.
    Times are tough guys, cover your backs by keeping all paper work showing what intervention stategies you used to deal with your under performing kids!




     

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