https://www.tes.com/news/exclusive-teaching-full-time-unendurably-hard-says-lucy-kellaway A touch of "we told you so" I think. I recall her almost complacency when she started up (was it only a year ago?), going on about the joy of second careers. I suspect that with her high media profile, she probably didn't have to endure the "robust" quality assurance that many teachers seem to have to face that compounds the difficulties of relentless work. The trouble is that school timetables become really difficult to construct with lots of part timers (which is probably why schools are in the "dark ages"), and more importantly, without an additional source of income, a 60% contract does not provide enough money for any sort of comfortable independent living. In addition, why should a qualified professional have to accept a part time salary just to remain on top of the job?