Tag: College of Teaching

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Justine Greening has promised qualified teacher status will not be scrapped amid concerns the entry-bar into teaching is being lowered, instead insisting a “newly-strengthened” QTS route will be...
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The Chartered College of Teaching has appointed seven more teachers to its council. The new additions, who represent a variety of subjects and school types, join the 13...
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Professor Dame Alison Peacock, executive headteacher of The Wroxham School in Hertfordshire, has been appointed as the first chief executive officer (CEO) of the Chartered College of Teaching....
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The proposed College of Teaching wants to be the “gatekeeper of standards for teacher training”, Angela McFarlane (pictured), a founding trustee of the fledgling organisation, has told professionals....
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Plans to pay schools to release teachers to help develop the new College of Teaching have been abandoned after a crowdfunding campaign failed. A bid to raise £250,000 through...
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The College of Teaching has today announced the 13 people who will be its founding trustees and lead on the formation of the college. The trustees include five teachers,...