Annal Nayyar blogs Schools struggling to recruit teachers

Two thirds of schools are struggling to recruit teachers, according to an NAHT survey. The survey found that 62% of schools were struggling to recruit teachers for the highest paid positions in their schools. In addition, 14% revealed they had failed to recruit deputy heads – while 20% had failed to recruit assistant headteachers. Among subject teachers, the biggest problem was recruiting maths teachers – 40% of schools had struggled to make an appointment – followed by English, in which 32% had experienced difficulty in finding staff.


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