Tes, 9 September 2017

Louis Coiffait, Head of Education at Reform, shared findings from Reform‘s upcoming school workforce report at ResearchED’s annual conference on Saturday 9 September. He called for the government to replace recruitment bursaries paid up front, with phased retention rewards. He also outlined the benefits of schools groups (both MATs and federations) over stand-alone schools, and the need for a regional – rather than national – approach to the school workforce.

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