The suspensions account for 2 per cent of the country's 850,000 state educators
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“Hmmm, let me see – I’d better focus entirely on Jimmy today, because if he doesn’t show significant progress this year, I’m going to get a pay cut. Never mind the fact that his mum was sick this year, or that he shares a bedroom with a crying toddler: he simply MUST put more relative clauses into his writing!”
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Ms Morgan conceded there was a 'strength of feeling' in the hall
Education minister admits 'grave malfunctions and errors' were made in the handling of the case by the French authorities
Mr Gibb sought to defend the plans under which every school will become an academy by 2022
Teachers' union warns of a 'deepening crisis' in recruitment
'You can protest with a frown on your face or you can protest with a smile on your face'
'The government gives teachers no incentive to remain within the job'
Gauging abilities and ranking schools is all about accountability, not education, union will say
The profession thinks 'academisation' will make standards worse, by a margin of three to one
Alarm at number of graduates who abandon the profession prompts range of proposed incentives
Nearly seven out of ten science teachers have thought about leaving the profession in the last six months
School's superintendent unsure if pupil will face disciplinary measures
A report by the Association of Teachers and Lecturers last year found that four out of 10 teachers quit within a year of qualifying