Applicants will have to show subject expertise in front of headteacher and an expert from another school before becoming a fully fledged teacher
Teachers are monitored, scrutinised and graded as though working a 55-hour week for 32 hours’ pay is a special privilege
'Just being sorry' is not enough, the teacher has said
Alarm at number of graduates who abandon the profession prompts range of proposed incentives
Report finds 84% of secondaries say teacher shortages are having detrimental effect on the education they provide
A new report shows most schools are having to put teachers who are not trained in their subject in front of classes
Attracting people teaching requires demonstrating it is a profession marked by creativity, problem solving and passion
Headteachers fear difficulties in finding new staff are exacerbated by Government’s shifting emphasis on GCSE requirements
One academic is 'exhausted' by expectations national education curriculum places on students
Answers include how dietary fibre help in digestion, the ‘heaviest gas’ and made-up quotes to a religious exam
Despite one headteacher revealing how he had to pay 5 teachers £5,000 each in order to ensure positions were being filled, Government insists numbers are at 'all-time high'
Lawyers, police staff and office workers are among those who will be encouraged to ditch their existing jobs
'The cuts are having a negative effect on our students and making the working lives of our members intolerable'
Pupils bussed to another village as Easington primary school in the East Ridings cannot find a permanent teacher
Workload emerges as teachers' biggest complaint in calls to Education Support Partnership's 24-hour-a-day-service
The Health and Safety Executive almost immediately overturned the school's decision