Tag: ITT

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Thirty-six teacher-training organisations have been approved to deliver apprenticeships after the Department for Education opened a secret application window just for them. Seventeen academy trusts, 11 schools, three...
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Teacher training has always been too important to dabble with, as the implications of not getting the very best teachers in front of children in schools will affect...
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Inclusive pedagogy should be built into the fabric of every initial teacher training programme, rather than bolted on as an afterthought, argues Jacqui Ver Loren van Themaat Many people...
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The Department for Education’s recent Teacher Training Performance Profiles for 2015/16 prompted inevitable cries in the media of “the end of initial teacher training in universities”. They’re wrong,...
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Ministers are pressing ahead with proposals for an apprenticeship that would allow non-graduate teaching assistants to become qualified teachers, even though access to conventional teacher training would still...
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The government is inviting bidders to apply for new funding to develop “innovative approaches” to initial teacher training. Education secretary Justine Greening announced the plans in March to...
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The government is under fire for its “unprecedented” refusal to reveal the full allocations for next year’s initial teacher training (ITT), even though officials have had the information...
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Physics and maths graduates training to be teachers under the School Direct salaried route next year could get less cash after the government cut funding for schools. Initial...
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A review of teacher training in England has recommended that future training courses should be designed by an independent body – and education secretary Nicky Morgan has agreed....