Source: The BBC
The BBC state that ”Government limits to teachers’ pay and “real terms cuts” to school budgets, risk undermining standards, they (Unions) warn.”
”Government limits to teachers’ pay and “real terms cuts” to school budgets risk undermining standards” unions warn further.
Whats your view on this?
The BBC finally state that ”With long, hard working hours and a relatively low starting salary for a graduate, it is hardly surprising that teacher recruitment is struggling.”
So what needs to be done in order to tackle the ‘teacher crises’? How much funding will be needed and what is the ideal salary of a teacher? Will funding and rising teachers pay rates attract more interest in teaching? If the teaching recruitment remains low, causing a teaching ‘crisis’ to further, how bad could education standards become?
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