Over the past five years we’ve collected thousands of data points on teachers’ views on recruitment and retention.
We’ve told the story of recruitment and retention in lots of ways; in our weekly blogs, in research reports, and in the media. Earlier this year, we submitted written evidence to the Education Select Committe’s inquiry into teacher recruitment, training and retention. We highlighted:
- The increasing number of teachers saying they would leave teaching if they could find another job on the same salary.
- The falling number who would still train in their chosen jobs if they could go back to the start of their careers.
- That fewer teachers now say they can live comfortably on their salaries compared to 2019.
We also look at some of the issues we think are driving the crisis, including:
You can read our full submission here.
On Tuesday 14th of November, or co-founder & Chief Analyst Prof Becky Allen will give verbal evidence to the Education Select Committee, sharing the voices of 10,000 Teacher Tappers. You can watch the session live, or on catch up via Parliament TV.