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Will the Ebacc lead to lots of jobs being advertised?

Discussion in 'Modern foreign languages' started by whyamidoingthis, Feb 4, 2011.

  1. Just as when MFL became optional demand for language teachers went down, do people think that there will be lots of new posts advertised as KS4 pupil numbers presumably surge? Or is it the case that there are lots of MFL teachers who had to teach other subjects in their schools who will now be able to revert back to MFL?
     
  2. Just as when MFL became optional demand for language teachers went down, do people think that there will be lots of new posts advertised as KS4 pupil numbers presumably surge? Or is it the case that there are lots of MFL teachers who had to teach other subjects in their schools who will now be able to revert back to MFL?
     
  3. mlapworth

    mlapworth Occasional commenter

    Bit of both, I expect.
    MFL depts will certainly grow in size in many school - with implications for management points (or whatever they're called these days).
     

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